Coaching

October 2, 2014

Negotiate a Course Adjustment by Being Reslient

Many many years ago on 1 Oct I made a decision to join the Air Force. It’s proof that one slight course adjustment can impact an entire lifetime. I remember […]
September 28, 2014

How to Become A Better Version of You – No Light Switch Solution for Success

Would you like to have success and become a better version of yourself? I think it’s something we should all be striving for and many people work towards that on […]
September 14, 2014

Not Looking the Part Will Distort Trust Limit Ability to Negotiate

Look the part to build rapport and trust. What does it mean exactly to “look the part” in your business? Will it help you effectiveness when you negotiate? Looking the […]
September 9, 2014

Ditch The Pitch – How a Social Media “Pitch” Ended a Connection

Ditch the Pitch I’ve said it many times in my presentations about building relationships first. When you first introduce yourself to someone, ditch the pitch. We are in a relationship […]
August 25, 2014

R E S P E C T – Negotiating Aretha Franklin Style

Aretha Franklin belted out the word respect in the song by the same title. R E S P E C T, find out what it means to me….What does respect […]
August 13, 2014

The Monopoly of No Customer Service

It seems customer service is at the bottom of the priority heap these days.  Recently I had a great example of poor customer service. I contacted the local toll roads […]
July 29, 2014

Emotionally Connected People Perform Better

I’ve heard it said that emotionally connected people perform better. People are so disconnected in the workplace today. All work and no play makes people bored, exhausted, overwhelmed and just […]
July 25, 2014

There’s Room At The Top

Did you know there’s enough room at the top for everyone? I remember times when I get fearful and think I’m not going to make it, but then I keep […]
June 13, 2014

Take Mental Notes On How To Lead

We all have to start from somewhere. I know when I first started as an Entrepreneur I didn’t have a clue or even part of a clue. I remember as […]