Beating yourself up in difficult times does nothing to improve your current situation and only serves to inflict damage to your future. This is a better way to navigate.
For the past 20 years I’ve helped clients make their biggest decisions. This is the most common mistake people make.
Culture teaches us that we must be agreeable to get ahead. But when it comes to your business you have a right to say no to people you don’t want to work with.
It’s not enough to be good at something. To be an effective coach or teacher you need a host of other skills.
When things aren’t going well we often look for the way out, when what we really need is a way in.
The art of listening is really the art of helping another person hear themselves.
Refraining from offering quick answers allows others to have their own insights and breakthroughs.