1. Be completely present at every meeting – one on one and in a group. Any time I attend a meeting or speak to someone individually I make it a point to be completely present at the meeting or with the person. This means that I turn off my cell phone, don’t check email, don’t look at my watch and put away all distractions. I give the person and meeting my full and… Continue reading
“If you’re interested in something, you’ll do it if it is convenient. If you’re committed to something, you’ll do it no matter… Continue reading
I received the following email message from a dear friend and client as she was about to go on vacation. I had just visited her office and saw paper everywhere. I felt chaotic just walking in, I couldn’t imagine being there every day.
Here’s what she wrote: You are so right! I am drowning in little bits of paper. Thank you for your offer to help out! I'm ready anytime.
I am leaving for the beach Saturday morning, but even if you had some time today or tomorrow to give me a few tips that would be great. … Continue reading
Gravitating toward the familiar can keep you exactly where you are in your career for years. Check out the tips from the last post about clumping.
Moving up in your career can be a lonely situation. It can also be enriching and rewarding (emotionally and financially) if you’re willing to break from your pack.
Try out these tips and let me know how they feel.
Tip 1: You have to be active. Reaching out to others… Continue reading
I’ve long believed the universe sends messages to each one of us everyday. Lots of times we don’t notice them or believe they are messages. Sometimes they are too strong to ignore – because they keep repeating themselves. During the last three days I’ve gotten the same message three times, in different forms. I was wondering why I was getting increasingly annoyed until I linked all three together. They were examples of commitment –… Continue reading