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Be Proud Of Yourself.

As a coach, one of my responsibilities is to help my clients acknowledge their accomplishments. Why?

Because we don’t. We get so caught up in the rat-race, getting things done, moving as fast as possible — and we don’t take the time to stop and review where we are and where we’ve come from.

A big part of my job is acknowledgement — I help my clients fully appreciate where they are in life — all the hard work, all the sweat and tears, all the long nights and early mornings — everything.

Why? It gives us perspective. […]

How To Stop Working So Late – Part Two.

Simple tips to leave work ON TIME.

Are You A Catalyst? Old School vs. New School.

Which school do you attend? Over the next few weeks, what areas can you cast off and which ones can you take on?

10 Gifts For You To Succeed In 2011.

As my holiday gift to you, here are my 10 most read & requested posts from 2010:

Two Videos: One Will Impact Your Life & One Your Work.

Rarely do I log onto one of my favorite sites (reddit.com) and find two great videos I have to share. So in honor of the day after Thanksgiving, where we all take a collective sigh of relief and relax (except for those who are braving our stores). Enjoy!

What’s Killing Your Career? The Laws of Nature.

Newton's First Law of Motion: An object at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted upon by a sum of physical forces. This is the typical employee at work today. As long as they have a job, they won't take any risks, butt any heads, or raise their hand at a meeting. In essence, they are an "object at rest". And this employee/object will remain at rest (meaning - no movement - no raises, no promotions, no new projects, no GROWTH) until "a sum of physical forces" are acted upon it.

Focus on your career, not work.

Sounds a little contradictory, doesn’t it? Aren’t you supposed to work at work? Doesn’t your career progress based on your work? Yes and No.

Of course you are supposed to work at work. That’s how you get things done. Unfortunately, most executives spend too much time working and not enough time on their career. What do […]