These 3 easy tips to mastering your word choice in difficult conversations are the tools you need for any challenging relationship, whether it be professional or personal.
Jamie guides you through the mine field of starting a new relationship of any kind. What to do and definitely what NOT to do...
Ever heard yourself say something like: “I can’t __________.” “I had to ____________.” “I’m not good at __________.” We all have used these phrases, but why does it matter so much? I often tell clients that there are only 3 things you can control: Your thoughts Your words Your actions Sit for a second and look
Yesterday I headed to the orthopedic doctor for a simple exam on an old injury: I blew out my knee while playing volleyball 10 years ago, and he was the skilled surgeon that put it back together for me. Over the last 10 years, I’ve had to give up a few of activities I enjoyed,
Ever tried to give some constructive feedback to someone and it went terribly wrong? We all have, but here are some quick tips to help you be more successful the next time.
You can learn something from everyone you meet, but you have to put some work into the interaction. Here's a few tips from a recent meeting I attended.
Who are your cheerleaders in your life? Do you have some now, or do you need to seek them out? I recently realized that I want to be that cheerleader for people, so I'm coaching individuals for FREE over the next 6 months. Read and comment on the post to get some free coaching sessions this year!
About 5 years ago, I made a very clear pact with myself: I was going to stop trying to MAKE everything happen the way I thought it should, and try to be more aware of the signs the universe might throw my way... in any shape or form. I have somewhat stayed true to that pact, but every now and then I need a swift kick in the butt to remind me of my promise.