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Tips on Having Difficult Conversations

Having Difficult Conversations

Difference of opinion is nothing new. And in these unique times, we are being forced into having difficult conversations with one another on what feels like a daily basis. With the stakes so high in pretty much every area of… more →

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I Bet You’ve Had a Co-Worker Like This…

There’s one in every organization—someone who has been at the company for years, maybe even decades. Even though the company’s mission has evolved and changed, this employee can’t stop talking about the way things used to be. Even though they… more →

The Truth About Having Doubts

This is a picture of our new dog, Cookie. She came home with us a week ago. My daughter had been asking for a dog since kindergarten (she’s in third grade now). My husband and I would always say, when… more →

If I Could Give All Moms One Thing…

I learned everything I needed to know about motherhood before my first child was even officially born. Of course, I need to continually remember and deepen that learning, but it was all right there in those 72 hours of labor…. more →

How to “Get It All Done”—Part 1

At one of the first coaching retreats I attended, my coach stood in front of the room and drew five circles on the white board. She explained that the most roles any one person could successfully fill was five—what roles… more →

Emotions Carry Messages. Are You Receiving Them?

If we’re connected on Instagram (@MsMindbody)or Facebook (if we’re not, I’d love to be!), you saw this photo this week. It’s me, making my “Grrrr” face. I was seriously irritated by something that I just couldn’t shake, despite doing all… more →