Each new year I choose three words to guide the thoughts and actions for the year. This process has been significantly more useful than making a New Year’s Resolution. Of course, anything is more useful than a New Year’s Resolution since most are abandoned before Valentine’s DayRead the Post→
It’s not the work that’s tough.
It’s time and people
that make your job stressful.
Take internal control of external forces.
Use time wisely and master on-the-job relationships. Let’s go.
Mary Kutheis (kooth-ice)
Executive Coach and Confidant
Minute ShiftIdeas for small but significant changes. Sent weekly. About 60 seconds out of your day. Swear.
I’m a coach and have hired many coaches to help me, so I’m qualified to share with you some red flags. If I found any of these six situations to be true I’d keep looking.Read the Post→
Think about an initiative to grow your business you intend to tackle or perhaps a self-development program you’ve been meaning to start. Could be coming up with a robust marketing plan, writing that book, losing 10 pounds, getting a better job, becoming more active in a social cause, etc.
Got one? Good.
Now, you need to be able to answer this one-word question.Read the Post→