1
Dec

Take 5

Have you ever lifted weights with a trainer? If you have, you’ll know that one of the most important aspects is allowing yourself a break between each set of reps. Even when you aren’t tired, even when you know you easily have enough energy for another ten lifts, they make you wait out the entire rest period. Why? This method

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24
Nov

Not the Holidays You Imagined?

Have you been feeling the stress mounting as we draw closer to the holidays?   Some reframing – or rather PREframing may be in order. ​ A friend of mine shared recently about her immediate family’s drive to an event with extended family that no one in the car was looking forward to. After a few minutes of discussing which

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13
Nov

Mountains, Molehills, and Many Hot Tamales

Ever make a mountain out of a molehill? I caught myself doing it last week and had to coach myself out of it.   What was going on? Well, there was a pandemic, a heated presidential election, and I was exhausted.​ What happened? I got really annoyed by something and caught myself reaching for candy – a lot of candy.

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2
Nov

The Results are In…

The Results are in… How are you going to respond? 2020 has already provided us with tons of opportunities to rise as leaders. Whether you have a formal leadership position in an organization or not, it is likely that you will be called upon to lead in the coming days. Here are ten strategies to help you respond vs. react.

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23
Oct

TMI and TMV

You know the feeling evoked when someone shares too much information (TMI) with you? It is generally awkward and can create all kinds of reactions like the one above from the TV show Friends. While this is usually something that gets laughed off in personal interactions, something that doesn’t get laughed off is what happens when people try to add

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9
Oct

Uprooted

Are you feeling uprooted by 2020 like I have been? Check out these 3 tips!

2
Oct

Feeling Zoomed in – Walk it Out!

Are you feeling the effects of being Zoomed in – hyper focused on computer screens in virtual meetings all day long? Prior to quarantine, most of us had more steps walking into the office than we do all day now. It’s also been said by health professionals that “sitting is the new smoking”. To mix it up, let’s take it

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25
Sep

Inspiration and Action

Last week, I shared some tips for getting off the ground. Hopefully, you were able to at least take your first step toward one of your plans, goals, or dreams. With the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg (RBG) this week, I have spent a lot of time reflecting on her tremendous legacy and wanted to honor her. Please know this

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18
Sep

It’s Time to Fly

While grounded due to the pandemic, have you been keeping your plans, goals, and dreams grounded too? I have. For a while now, I have been wanting to create a weekly newsletter to share some valuable bite-size tips to help people live fully-charged lives. I have been dragging my feet for a few reasons that may sound familiar to you.

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2
Mar

Bite-Size Learning

COMING SOON