Category: Confidence

Making Tough, Timely and Crucial Decisions

Making tough, timely and crucial decisions is one of the hardest skills for most people. And within that, by far one of the toughest decisions to make is about personnel.  The people we surround ourselves with will make or break us.  Can you relate to any of these scenarios? Hired the wrong person Kept someone…
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Big Reputation

I was at gym this morning, and the song, by Taylor Swift End Game was playing. If you haven’t heard this song before, tune in to iTunes and listen to the lyrics.  Big Reputation is one of the phrases that struck me. It doesn’t matter if you are Tom Brady, Tiger Woods, Oprah Winfrey or the…
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Inspiration or a Pep Talk

Do you need Inspiration or a Pep Talk?

I received an email this week from a very successful senior vice president from the west coast in healthcare. “We exchanged emails a couple of months ago. I need some inspiration and wondered if you would have a few minutes for a phone call, maybe during your airport time or whatever is convenient. Please let…
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Stay True To Yourself As A Leader – Courage and Grit

It’s easy to say, hard to do. The further you climb up the ladder, there is more expected from you as a leader. Changing your title, new skill sets are needed and required – more is expected.

How to Survive and Advance For Leaders

March Madness was inspiring watching teams compete and reaching the pinnacle of success in the coaching profession. Every leader, coach, or business should watch how these high-performing teams survive and advance. It’s eye opening and it should motivate you to have a game plan to strive for your own pinnacle of success in life, your…
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My Leadership Lessons From Coaching in Sweet 16’s

March Madness is the best time of year for anyone. Coaching college basketball for 27 years, allowed me to have multiple opportunities to coach my teams to Sweet 16’s. There is nothing better than preparing your team, celebrating with your fans, and traveling to the semi-final and regional games.

Competition in the Workplace

Competition in the Workplace

March Madness is here and as a college basketball coach for 27 years, my biggest competitor was always myself. When I was younger, I was so driven and strived to consistently improve on my own results.  Today, I coach clients on how they can compete – against themselves, against metrics, and against other competitors –…
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Handling Stress and Pressure with Grace

Having the ability to handle stress and pressure with grace is a critical skill for anyone, especially if you are in leadership. Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how we react to these situations. There are so many life experiences that can happen from tragedies, at work or home and for many…
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How Confidence Relates to Your Performance

All across the country and world, I’ve been receiving your positive feedback that my videos are helping and supporting many peoples growth personally and professionally. As a result, one of my goals for 2017 is to post more live videos. Thank you for your support and nudge! Today’s topic has evolved from questions I’ve received…
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Embracing Feedback

Last week, I sat in with one of my clients and their leadership team for their meeting. Afterwards, one team leader stayed behind and asked to speak with me. He wanted suggestions and advice on how to handle some feedback he had just received from his supervisor. He shared that he tends to get very…
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