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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Sunday, April 30 | 2017

How To Craft Your Life Vision

Do you resonate with the following statements? • Life is a journey. • Life is short and should be enjoyed. • Life is composed of departments that need to be optimized and balanced. If you do, it’s probably because you … READ MORE

Sunday, April 30 | 2017

Mr. President, Thank You For Making Leadership More Relevant Than Ever

“Senator Schumer is a bad leader…. Not a natural leader. He works hard to study leadership and when you have to study leadership you got problems.” Okay, Mr. President, I know you were politicking with your base when you made … READ MORE

Wednesday, April 26 | 2017

The Value Of Strategic Thinking

Want to be a strategic thinker? Decide to be one. The foundation of strategic thinking is establishing the ability to think strategically. Not everybody, especially early in their career, gets to participate in strategy, but every single one of us … READ MORE

Wednesday, April 26 | 2017

Overcoming Fear: 10 Ways To Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

You need to give a speech, but crowds terrify you. You know it’s time for a raise, but you don’t know how to work up the nerve to approach your boss. The work you’re doing now no longer satisfies, but … READ MORE

Wednesday, April 26 | 2017

Are You Coachable?

What makes some individuals more coachable than others? How come some are resistant to the idea of executive coaching while others thrive in their leadership abilities when under the direction of a coach? Is there a stigma attached to executive … READ MORE

Wednesday, April 26 | 2017

Leading In Relationships: The Subtle Work Of Self-Mastery

Several years ago I was asked to design a session that could build upon the skills of my peers: world-class speakers, senior facilitators, coaches, and business development professionals. The meeting would be held in New York, at the incredible Mohonk … READ MORE

Wednesday, April 26 | 2017

Soulful Leadership Is Vital For Customer Well-Being

The images and reports of paying passenger David Dao’s bloodied face after he was dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight to permit crew members to fly still have millions of customers shaking their heads in disbelief. The airline, its CEO, … READ MORE

Tuesday, April 25 | 2017

How to Look Confident Even When You Don’t Feel It

Keep your doubts to yourself and don’t be in awe of anyone. Have you ever met someone who exudes confidence wherever they show up? There’s no need to be envious. You too can gain more confidence, even become the most confident … READ MORE

Tuesday, April 25 | 2017

How to Destroy Your Fears for Good

We all have choices to make regarding how we live: Are we going to choose to let our fears overtake us? Just as happens with a lot of things in life, we all have choices to make regarding how we … READ MORE

Tuesday, April 25 | 2017

11 Ways To Prepare For (And Ace) Situational Interview Questions

Interview questions are tricky. While there a number of ways to stumble during a review of general facts and work history, it’s the situational questions that often pose the greatest risks. These open-ended questions are the business world’s equivalent to an … READ MORE