Posts in the ‘Performance Enhancement’ Category

My Believe It, Achieve It Course is LIVE!!!

I have been working on a new venture for over a year and I am soooo excited to finally be able to launch my new online course “Believe It, Achieve It.” Have you ever felt that you’re capable of more?  That you truly want to advance your career…or reach higher in your personal and professional

How To Prevent Burnout

Preventing burnout involves a combination of self-care practices, setting boundaries, and managing stress effectively. Here are some strategies to help prevent burnout: Remember that preventing burnout is an ongoing process, and it’s important to prioritize self-care and well-being in your daily routine.

How to Boost Morale and Team Spirit in the Workplace

With many people returning to the office after working from home during the pandemic, this is a good time to take a fresh look at how your office functions and if there are any improvements you can make to increase employee satisfaction and therefore increase work production and quality.  Boosting morale and team spirit in

10 Strategies for Feeling More Confident

Feeling confident is a combination of mindset, behavior, and practice. Here are some strategies to help you feel more confident: Positive self-talk: Challenge negative thoughts and replace them with positive affirmations. Remind yourself of your strengths, accomplishments, and abilities. Repeat empowering statements to boost your confidence. Set achievable goals: Break down larger goals into smaller,

The #1 Exercise Highly Successful People Use to Be Happier

The most common cause of burnout, even among highly successful people, is poor energy management, says psychologist Sarah Sarkis.  She says “Just like you wouldn’t burn through your whole paycheck on payday, you shouldn’t use all of your energy every day.” She goes on to say “Energy, just like money, is finite,” Sarkis says. “You

The Importance of Taking Breaks

I work with people who are high achievers, whether it be with athletics, career or academics, and a common thing I often hear is the individual has such a strong work ethic, that they do not like to ever take breaks because they feel as though that is a waste of time that they could

Preventing Loneliness While Working From Home

Since many of us are working from home these days, it is important that we maintain some social interaction because human beings are social beings. Many people are not getting enough social interaction since working from home, so you may need to make more of an effort to socialize with others. The article below offers

My Views on Leadership

In my recent attendance at the EOS(Entrepreneur Operating System) Conference, there were many discussions about leadership. What qualities do good leaders have and what are important things to keep in mind to help you to be a good leader. Here are some of the things that I learned: The 5 Qualities of a Successful Leader: Strategic thinker

What Tool Simone Biles Uses to Help Her Combat Her Anxiety

Happy New Year, everyone! Here’s to a prosperous 2022! It made me happy to hear her response and hopefully it will not be surprising to you but ready the entire article to hear what she has to say and why:

How Does the Tone of Your Voice Impact Communication???

I often hear, both in my person and professional life, that it is not what the person said but how the person said it that is upsetting to the other person. Specifically, the tone in which the person says it is what others find to be most upsetting. Well, as it turns out, the research suggests that


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June 2024
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