A Bucket List Thing

March 23rd, 2016|

Two weeks ago I was traveling back to Greensboro, NC from Altoona, PA where I conducted individual interviews of key leaders in a Gastroenterology group prior to facilitating a team retreat. I had never done that before (the interviews on the same day as training) and felt it gave the afternoon session a boost in

Your One Word

January 26th, 2016|

Your One Word The first weekend in January I traveled to Caswell Beach, NC to facilitate a business women’s retreat for five awesome professionals. The event kicked off with a wine & cheese reception with an ocean front view. Big shout out to Cindy Essa, owner of Pastabilities who provided two delicious breakfast casseroles and Southwest Chicken soup

Strategies for Your New Year

December 17th, 2015|

Last week I conducted a webinar for a client and it was titled: New Year, New Business, New Success. Here’s the deal, I know a lot of us are distracted right now with the Christmas holiday season, the cards, gifts, decorating, cooking, celebrating, giving, donating, cleaning, wrapping, etc. and the truth is the New Year

When waves come crashing

September 25th, 2015|

On September 10th I was walking into an appointment for a potential new client and my phone rang, I hesitated to answer it because I didn’t recognize the number and I didn’t want to be late, so I let it go into voicemail.   Little did I know that the message was going to be about

Catalyst Moment of Truth

August 26th, 2015|

Helping people create positive change in their career, life & relationships is something I am very passionate about.  My brother-in-law is one of those people and when he was first searching for his new career opportunity after graduate school, I helped him focus on his strengths from college to boost his confidence and add depth

The Big “AHA”

May 26th, 2015|

Last Sunday I read an article in our local career section written by a colleague in the coaching/training field.  She shared how she experienced a WOW factor early in her life that guided her towards counseling and teaching.  I realized that sometimes we can miss the Big “AHA” if we aren’t paying attention to the