So, I have this personal quest…to fully understand happiness and how to FIND it. I want to know for my clients and myself. As a result, I’m getting a degree in Happiness from the University of Miami. (Didn’t know that was a possible degree to achieve, did you? Cue major academic regret…) The head of…

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Everyone has the potential to be a leader in the workplace, regardless of their role or whether they manage staff or not. Leaders are people who know what they stand for, take initiative, and speak up in a way that inspires and motivates others. When you’re a leader, people look to you for guidance and…

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Are you: A manager eager to hire bright, hardworking employees who will become invaluable contributors to your team one day? Sure, you know how to tell if someone has the qualifications and conversation skills, but how do you know how long they’ll stay? Will they fit the company culture? Are they going to take initiative…

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My daughters recently insisted I watch The King.  They know how much I love great dramas, mainly when based on a true story. Timothee Chalamet, equal parts Gen-Z heartthrob and timeless talent, plays Henry V, King of England, during the early 15th century.  Shortly after becoming King, Henry V listened to the guidance of one…

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There are more entrepreneurial opportunities today than ever before. We have the knowledge and tools to create thriving businesses. Think Squarespace – website builder, Monday.com – project management platform, Shopify – e-commerce platform, etc. Building and running your own business can be rewarding and fulfilling, but not for everyone. Your entrepreneurship journey starts when you…

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Many speakers and managers are masters of metrics and showing the payoff or pain points of campaigns, processes, or team dynamics; after all, we are a data-driven society. However, if you want to create a behavior change in your staff or convince a client to buy your product, you need to hit an emotional note…

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Seth Godin’s recent blog, The physical therapy metaphor, resonated with me as a fantastic way to describe how we should be thinking about our projects, objectives, and career plan. Physical therapy takes time. The process is meant to strengthen, realign, or learn a physical ability. The outcome will be worth the trouble, as well reinforced…

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I follow Seth Godin, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and speaker on success in marketing, and he recently wrote a piece that applies to so many of us. We often commit to projects, then get apathetic or indignant along the way, many times with everyone involved rather than ourselves. Sometimes, we adopt an attitude of, “say yes…

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