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Today I want to talk about that point in your entrepreneurial journey when you identify the need to invest in yourself and grow your team. I remember—it was about this time two years ago in March—when I started realizing that I needed to expand outside of myself if I wanted to keep growing my business. […]
March is Women’s History Month, and in honor of that I’ve been thinking about a topic that I discuss frequently with my clients of late. It’s one of my favorites (it’s a new coaching term I’ve dubbed in fact) and it’s called comparisonitis. You might have an inkling of what this means… It’s the idea […]
It’s probably wired into our DNA. Most of us grow up learning to ask for permission to do things. It starts with our parents, and then our teachers and coaches. Then we become grown-ups and we find ourselves still in a position of asking for permission. Instead this time we’re asking for permission from our […]
I had one of “those” moments over here recently. One of those entrepreneurial moments that NO ONE ever wants to have. One of those moments when you find out just how much more than estimated you owe on taxes. Gulp. It was a $13,486 additional-taxes-owed-moment, to be exact. This moment, I could have gotten ahead […]
It’s hard to believe that it’s been just over three weeks since returning from India. One aspect of being abroad for so long that I deeply appreciate is how much travel helps put core values back into perspective. Some of the topics I’ve been speaking about in these blog posts over the past month, elaborate […]
I can still remember that day when a leader I esteem and trust took responsibility for a mistake I had made. My palms were sweaty, my stomach constricted, that guilty feeling rumbling inside. When confronted with my error, I was mentally preparing myself to own up to it. And before I had the chance to, […]