Conflict Resolution – Often Ignored and Critical for Career Success

Conflicts between bosses and employees upset everyone. I know because I’ve been in both positions. I’ve experienced firsthand the tension, discomfort, and frustration that stem from unresolved issues. That’s how I know all conflicts must be addressed, no matter how awkward or difficult those conversations may seem. Problems don’t go away until they’re solved, and […]

Living Your True Genius – Podcast

I loved my time speaking with J. Massey on the Cash Flow Diary. I hope this talk on entrepreneurship, career pivots, finding your purpose, lifelong education, and living life in “your zone” helps you on your journey! (Click here to hear the entire Podcast) For those who don’t know where to start on their career journey […]

1. What is the major goal, KPI (Key Performance Indicator) or focus for the company and/or senior leadership team?

2. How can I “lean in” to help you, the company, the team achieve this goal?

A World Without Work?

The Danger and the Opportunity

(Photo Credit: Reuters) It was a tech guy who was one of the first to raise the alarm about tech—specifically, about its impact on workers. In his January 2012 piece, “Race Against the Machine,”1 Erik Brynjolffson, director of the MIT Center for Digital Business, along with his associate director, Andrew McAfee, wrote that the labor […]

The Education Dilemma:

The 4 Things You Need to Know to Craft a Plan that Works for Your Family

Life is so simplistic in our youth. Of course, we don’t realize it at the time. It is methodically organized by semesters and terms with an easy-to-follow routine from dawn to dusk. We are given preplanned course work and told if we follow the plan, it will result in a degree (high school and college). […]

How to Handle A Radical Career Shake-Up

Have you ever been in a challenging work-related situation? I think we all have. Maybe you got laid off. Or maybe you made a mistake that cost you your job. Whatever the situation, when we’re faced with challenges, our first reaction is typically negative. You can quickly become overwhelmed with negative emotions like fear, shame, […]