“What do you do for a living?” might be the second-most frequently asked question, after your name. If it weren’t so commonplace, it might be considered odd and perhaps a little rude. But given the emphasis that society places...
Sure, you could coast along at work, do the bare minimum, and maybe one day snag that promotion. But if you think the only way to mess up your chances of getting ahead is a big blowup with your boss...
Around 4 p.m. every Sunday, I used to get a familiar sinking feeling: “Am I getting sick?” I would ask myself. Every seven days, it rolled around like clockwork. When I was a kid, we called this weekly melancholy...
Here I want to talk to you about something that can totally destroy our peace, joy and wellbeing: worrying. Worry is a complete and utter misuse of our energy, power, and imagination.  As a confidence coach it’s my job to help...
“Comparison is the thief of joy,” said Buddha. So why do we constantly compare ourselves to others? There is some comfort in being surrounded by people like us — same city, similar interests, even matching income levels. Then someone “does...
Countless people that I coach all over the world come to me feeling like they "fell" into their line of work and made it a success, but no longer find it easy to show up with enthusiasm.  The years...
People come to me as a life coach for a multitude of reasons. They hate their job. They feel stuck in a bad relationship. They are crippled by fear and social comparison. They know that they are not living...
Good morning from beautiful Miami! This mini getaway to celebrate my husband's upcoming birthday got me thinking about the remaining 3/4 of the year ahead... (can you believe it's nearly April)!?!  I have to make some big decisions this year...
Hello from an unseasonably warm and gorgeous New York City! Are you just not loving your job just now?  Or could you use a little energy boost once Monday rolls around again tomorrow?  Then this video is for you! Believe it...
“I wonder what Michael is earning…” I used to think to myself, while sitting in my cubicle, getting increasingly frustrated about the fact he was strolling in late — again. Michael was a couple of years older than I was,...

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