How to Decrease Stress: Three Ways to Love More and Judge Less

Stress among Americans is at an all-time high. From COVID-19 to inflation to mass shootings, a multitude of stressors are affecting our well-being. The long-term stress sustained since the pandemic began has had a significant impact on well-being, evidenced by a significant increase in reported mental health conditions and chronic illnesses, according to the results[…]

Unveil Your Power: Embrace Your Authority and Value

I meet many promising leaders who have so much to share with the world, yet struggle with the confidence to own their perspective, expertise, value and their worth.  It’s one of the leading reasons people don’t succeed. Rob Schultz discussed this topic in his blog If You Don’t Buy It, Neither Will They: Stop pretending[…]

Can People Really Change?

By Jennifer Olson As so often happens during the holiday season, a family member and I got into a heated discussion. “People aren’t capable of change”  “WHAT? That’s not true! That’s what I help people do. CHANGE. I know they have the ability to change and have seen it happen.”   “No, they only think they[…]

How Is Your Body Apologizing?

How is your body giving you away? When we meet people, give a presentation or networking, if we are lacking confidence, feeling awkward or feeling out of our element, our body gives away clues as to how we are really feeling – a body apology. Learn the most common body apology and how to correct[…]

Make a Good Impression

In business, it’s important that we make an authentic first impression so that clients and partners see you as trustworthy, believable and credible. And, lots of things get in the way of making that impression. Learn some tips towards having the right physical presence and making the impression that you want to make.

What’s Missing on Your Path to Success?

By Jennifer Olson “Help! I’m doing everything I’m told and working really hard yet it’s not working.” I hear this from so many business professionals and service-based entrepreneurs. They work really hard. They watch and learn from the best. They implement all the steps they’ve been told are necessary to be successful in their careers or their[…]