How’s your career integrity?

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How's Your Career Integrity? Image is a shadow quote by Susanne Wagner. I’m talking about integrity in the sense of completeness, wholeness, fulfillment throughout the general progression of your working or professional life—your career. Integrity in career consists of prioritizing what’s important and meaningful and doing work that is in alignment with one’s personal values. It’s more than looking at a list of jobs or training programs… Read more »

Take Your FREE Core Values Index™ Assessment!

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Take Your FREE Core Values Index™ Assessment Recognize Your Innate Core Values! Get More Done… With Ease!… Find out your motivational drivers! It takes 10min and you’ll discover in your profile report: What causes you to conflict with others. What values you base a majority of your decisions on. Why you make the same mistakes over and over. How you can improve… Read more »

5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Criticized

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Picture of a man and woman pointing fingers at each other. How do you handle criticism? 5 questions to ask yourself when criticized. Don Powell, Ph.D., of the American Institute for Preventive Medicine writes that sometimes criticism—the right kind of criticism—is just what we need to make important changes. In an AIPM handbook, Dr. Powell outlines the following questions to ask yourself when working with criticism: Does the criticism seem reasonable? Is there some truth to what was… Read more »

What’s the difference between setting a task in motion and following it through to completion?

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Hand with pen writing on paper. Quote Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now. There is a fundamental difference between just setting the completion of a task in motion, and the follow through, with verification, tracking, follow-up and other necessary steps until the end with the desired outcome. This is true, whether we are talking about a personal goal such as getting in better physical shape or the variety… Read more »

Can You Guess the One Key Element to New Year’s Resolutions Longevity?

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Exercising girl & weight scale background_Longevity_NewYearResolutions There are moments to reflect back on, moments to measure where we are, and moments to take action. Now is the moment to take action–to follow through with the information our measurement gives us from the reflection of where we started–in order to move even further along the track of just how far we’ve come…. Read more »

Please help me raise money for Good Women International, a service organization that helps fight human trafficking in the United States.

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Please help me raise money for Good Women International, a service organization that helps fight human trafficking in the United States. I was asked to co-author a book on insights into self-empowerment and all the royalties for electronic purchases will go to Good Women International. I am proud and excited to be part of this project. The book is published on Amazon and is titled: The Change 7: Insights Into Self-Empowerment. You can help make a… Read more »

A Big German “PROST!” To A successful Street Coaching Flashmob Day In Berlin!

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A Big German “PROST!” To A successful Street Coaching Flashmob Day In Berlin! Wow! Wow! Wow! Ich liebe coaching! Today was so empowering as a life coach to witness the transformations big and small as I connected with people from Israel, Australia, Deutschland, USA, Czech Republic, and around the World both in English and auf Deutsche. The coaching was free but the payment I received in return was… Read more »