Category Archives: Life coaching

Worker Shortage

While the majority of employers chose to ignore David Foote’s book, ‘Boom, Bust, and Echo’, many are regretting their lack of planning as they scramble to fill the empty positions in their organizations.  It is now a regular occurrence to … Continue reading

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A Culture of Learning

What have your employees learned today? What nugget will they take away today that will make them more effective tomorrow, or better equipped to handle the pace? Will it be technical, giving them new skill to add to their storehouse, … Continue reading

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Damn Millennials!

“The children now love luxury.  They have bad manners, contempt of authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise.”  This quote was from Socrates’ writings more than 2000 years ago. The more things change the … Continue reading

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disABILITY

We are sometimes blinded by what we see or our perceptions of who people are.  We consciously or subconsciously measure their abilities by what we see or hear.  That is not who they are. Physical or mental issues can set … Continue reading

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Proactive vs. Reactive

I have always said that in small business, especially sole proprietorships where you are a ‘one-man band’, so to speak, if you are out there seriously marketing you have little time to work in the business and if you are … Continue reading

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The Appearance of Professionalism

You can have all the skills in the world, but you need to look the part as well. Realtors will tell you that an attractive entranceway to a home will determine how the prospective buyer views the rest of the … Continue reading

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Meant for Each Other

I see advertisements and articles online that try to educate those who have taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® as to which type is your best partner.  I know that curiosity plays a part in people wanting to know if their … Continue reading

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