I get your world and I want to help you win at work.

I get your world and I want to help you win at work.

Every month, I dive deep to share insights and action steps that will shift your perspective and renew your faith in what’s possible. Receive these directly in your inbox by subscribing here.

Sometimes, a few simple practices are all it takes to produce profound change.

A Simple Shift That Turns An Ordeal Into An Adventure

I recently spent a week with my parents. But this was no ordinary week. I was helping them close down the family home, which involved selling off most of their (our) treasures, driving across a large part of the country (with their cat), unpacking and setting up their...

Conflict Can Make You A Better Leader

Last month I wrote about the importance of identifying and aligning with your purpose at work. But, managing your own desires is just the beginning. Particularly as leaders, so much of our work experience is impacted by others—i.e., the superiors that guide our...

You Don’t Need To Quit Your Day Job To Find Your Purpose

At some point, it became fashionable for Millennials to forgo corporate life to carve their own paths. In fact, it seems like you can’t pick up a business publication these days without reading something about people surrendering their stable paychecks and leaving the...

You Owe It to Your Company to do Work You Love

In the last post—You Owe It To Your Company To Take Time Off—we addressed the importance of treating yourself as a resource by viewing time off as a win-win for both you AND your company. In this edition, we’ll dive even deeper into that conversation with a look at...

You Owe It To Your Company To Take Time Off

When you’re actively seeking a move up, you can tend to over-prioritize the things you think will prove your worth, but often at the expense of your own needs. Despite craving a healthy work-life balance, taking quality time for yourself — whether that’s a vacation or...

Every month, I dive deep to share insights and action steps that will shift your perspective and renew your faith in what’s possible. Receive these directly in your inbox by subscribing here.

The Costs of Being the Hero and What to Do About It

On a recent coaching call, a client expressed concern about a colleague’s consistent requests for help. She admitted feeling frustrated by her colleague’s neediness and overwhelmed by the thought of adding more responsibility to an already full plate. Sound familiar?...

The Problem with Impostor Syndrome

I first came across the idea of feeling like a fraud in an article by Peggy McIntosh back in 1985. Over 30 years later, the idea is still relevant. Now, this feeling is often referred to as Imposter Syndrome. It happens when, despite past successes, we second guess...

How to Create a Free Flow of Information

There is a powerful dynamic at play that can keep employees from sharing ideas with you simply by virtue of your role and what they make that mean—and not based on anything you’re actually doing or not doing.

Feeling left out? Here’s what you can do.

When you take the time to think through your work, you help build a culture that pays attention to keeping each other informed. With any luck, your leading by example will mean you get left out less often, too.