3 Ways to Make Professional Development a priority in your Life

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Cornelia Shipley Earlier this month, I shared why it was important to make professional development a priority and now I want to share exactly HOW to do that. The first step is to make your development a priority, you have to DECIDE to put yourself first and to make time […]

Don’t make a New Year’s Resolution!


Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Julianne Miranda Every year, we make resolutions for the upcoming year – things we want to start doing or stop doing, old patterns to discard, and new behaviors to adopt. The problem is, while our intentions are good, we often set goals that we can’t possibly achieve. Mid-February, well, we […]

Howcan Bad things be Good?

  Guest post by W4C3 Coach, Julie Holly Life Vision & Empowerment Coach Welcome to 2017! What a great year it can be, if you let it . . . will be, if you actively create it. I’ve been hearing people say that 2016 was one of the worst years they’ve ever experienced. We lost […]

The KEY to “Less of This = More of that” ( and vice versa)

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Lori DiGuardi Many people want more of something in their lives, or less of something else. People need help with creating “more” or creating “less”, so I’m offering a simple key concept that people often aren’t aware of. Here’s the thing: in order to have MORE of something you must […]

Post Election Stress Kit: Staying Engaged without Drowning in the World

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach: Deborah Herman  Since November 8, I’ve been in touch with dozens of people stressed to the extreme about the state of the world and the nation. Many people, in these troubled times, will simply withdraw. This is a normal human reaction to extreme stress. But others will want to stay […]

What a Trump Administration Means for Policy Graduates

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach: Shelly Gehshan, MPP, ACC No matter how you feel about the priorities of the president-elect, it’s clear the incoming administration will bring enormous changes that will affect career options for public policy graduates. Here are a few thoughts from a policy professional turned career coach to frame your thinking. Despite […]

Top 3 Mistakes Stressed Women Make When Desperate


Guest post by W4C3 Coach, Katie Milton It wasn’t that long ago that my bank balance was negative and I was reading a self help book about how to empower myself and get ahead. I remember being incredibly frustrated to the point of not even wanting to read the stupid book that was supposed to […]

Beyoncé knows the answer to who runs the world…do you?


Guest post by W4C3 coach, Susan Barber, please visit her at http://www.susanmbarber.com/ GIRLS!  I have seen many occasions where women don’t always support other women.  Why don’t we assume the best about each other?   There is already enough negativity in the world, let’s not add to it.  Helen Keller said “Alone we can do so little, […]

Perfectionism or Healthy Striver?


Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Christine Noffz, PCC (Please visit her at www.christinenoffz.com) Are you a perfectionist or a healthy striver? What’s the difference? Perfectionists are hypersensitive to imperfection, weakness, and failing. They believe their acceptance and lovability is a function of never making mistakes – they deeply struggle with the thought of good enough. […]

8 Reasons to Stop Multitasking Now


Guest Post by W4C3 coach, Christine Noffz, PCC (Please visit her at www.christinenoffz.com) So……you think you are good at doing several things at once? Think again! Much of the recent research shows that our brain cannot perform two things simultaneously. When we think we are multitasking, what we are actually doing is transitioning from task […]

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