July 2023

What do you know about neuroscience? Do you know that it impacts how you run your company? The two articles I’ve chosen this month are about emotional intelligence and being “present” and how neuroscience plays a part in Warren Buffett’s calendar habits. Hey, if it is good enough for Warren, then I think we can learn something from it.
I hope you will learn a few nuggets of knowledge from one or hopefully both of these articles.

If you would like to discuss them further, or if I can be of any further assistance, please let me know.

Enjoy the rest of your summer and take time to recharge your batteries!

March 2023

Spring is in the air…or at least it was! I hope that wherever this newsletter finds you, that you’re looking out your window and starting to see signs of new growth and new life.
The articles I’ve chosen to share this month are about growth and professional development, for both staff members and leaders. We all need to continue to challenge ourselves to learn something new every day. I like to think of myself as a forever learner, do you?
In a conversation with a client the other day, we talked about complacency. In my opinion, it is a disease that can spread quickly. Resistance to learning new things is a form of complacency. I hope you will be inspired to keep challenging yourselves and your teams each and every day.
If we haven’t chatted in a while, please drop me a line to let me know what’s happening in your world.

February 2021

I’m focusing on productivity again in this newsletter because it seems to be a recurring challenge with so many folks that I work with. I want everyone to have a successful 2021 so I thought I would share some insight about how to approach each day.

January 2021

What do you and Beyoncé have in common? The answer is probably more than you think, but you’ll have to read this article to find out the details that I’m referring to.

Do you struggle with never having enough hours in a day? It’s probably one of the most common challenges I hear from my clients; they just struggle with getting done everything that’s on their priority list.