How To Improve Your Executive Presence And Command A Room

How To Improve Your Executive Presence And Command A Room

At some point in your life, you are going to be asked to make a speech, conduct a meeting or make a presentation and as much as you prep and plan - getting in front of a group of people can be a daunting task. 

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Why Developing Your Intuition Can Skyrocket Your Career and Leadership Skills

Why Developing Your Intuition Can Skyrocket Your Career and Leadership Skills

Trust your intuition." These three little words have captivated me for as long as I can recall. I can't remember the exact time I heard this phrase but it surely has stuck around over the years. What began as an initial interest and curiosity has blossomed into a professional passion and skill I am always looking to hone as a coach. 

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10 Things I Want My Son to Learn Before He Becomes a Teenager

10 Things I Want My Son to Learn Before He Becomes a Teenager

I have spent the past fifteen plus years of my career developing leaders around the world and the past four as a proud "dad" and father so every now and again when I read something that immediately stops me in my tracks professionally and makes think about things personally I always take note.

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8 Types Of Coworkers Who Can Derail Your Productivity

8 Types Of Coworkers Who Can Derail Your Productivity

Whether you work in an open space office environment or sit at a desk enclosed by the timeless (and design-less) grey and beige cubicle walls - one similarity exists...you work along side other people. 

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8 Ways To Stop Over-Thinking Everything

8 Ways To Stop Over-Thinking Everything

Thinking things through can be a great thing of course. But being an over-thinker can result in stagnation, frustration, exhaustion, anxiety and even illness. Ultimately becoming someone who self-sabotages the good things that happen in life.

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The Productivity Secret Of Successful Leaders

The Productivity Secret Of Successful Leaders

Have you ever looked at some of the most successful leaders and CEO's around the world and asked yourself just how are these people able to achieve their goals and possess what appears to be from the outside - a sense of calm and ease? 

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9 Signs Your Manager Lacks Emotional Intelligence

9 Signs Your Manager Lacks Emotional Intelligence

Let's face it, the concept of emotional intelligence has become not just a popular topic in the field of psychological research as it pertains to leadership development and the way in which todays workforce interacts but also a critical component for ones physical and mental wellbeing. 

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25 Ways To Get More Done In The Workplace

25 Ways To Get More Done In The Workplace

One of the most popular and frequently overused phrases around time management is ‘Work smarter not harder’. The reality is that we all have the same 24 hours in the day and the truth is, it's your relationship to those 24 hours that will dictate the level and list of your daily accomplishments especially in the workplace.

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Bruce Lee’s 7 Beliefs For A More Productive Life

Bruce Lee’s 7 Beliefs For A More Productive Life

There is no denying the power, prowess and presence that Bruce Lee bestowed upon the millions of fans and followers during his short time on this planet. He was a Hollywood superstar and martial artist extraordinaire. He was also a notable philosopher whose untimely and tragic death brought his life's work to light for world to read, understand and hopefully apply.

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5 Ways You're Holding Yourself Back From Success

5 Ways You're Holding Yourself Back From Success

Life is not always easy, fair or a walk in the park as someone once noted. The reality is that life is filled with numerous challenges as well as opportunities for growth and possibility. So how can you level the playing field and create more ease, fairness and turn that walk in the park one you will look forward to?

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4 Keys To Creating A Wildly Successful Coaching Practice

4 Keys To Creating A Wildly Successful Coaching Practice

I am often asked about my coaching practice – specifically around how I have managed to build, grow and scale my coaching practice over the past 15 years. Many coaches (including myself) have struggled at one time or another on how to attract new clients, retain existing ones and earn the income they want while figuring out who they are as a coach and who their target audience will be.

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8 Signs Someone Lacks Leadership

8 Signs Someone Lacks Leadership

How can one determine if an individual has what it takes to be a leader? There are a myriad of diagnostic tests, profiles, evaluations, and assessments that offer insights into leadership ability, or a lack thereof. 

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10 Common Characteristics of Ineffective People

10 Common Characteristics of Ineffective People

Lets face it, we all know or have worked with someone - who at some point in time was..shall we say less then accountable or productive. It may have been at work or possibly in your personal life. 

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14 Coaching Principles All Managers Should Practice

14 Coaching Principles All Managers Should Practice

I want to preface that this article will not be touching on the industry itself, what makes an excellent coach, who can actually call themselves coaches or the effectiveness of working with a coach. 

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5 Situations When You Should Keep Your Mouth Shut

5 Situations When You Should Keep Your Mouth Shut

It could lead you to engage with someone whose only goal is to start a conflict. When someone baits you into an unwinnable verbal duel, it's probably because it affords them some type of gratification of acting out their argumentative predilections.

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