Change=Loss & First Step to Surviving Change

Guest post by W4C3 Coach, Teresa Bitner My life is dynamic because I welcome change – Deepak Chopra I have survived many changes in the seasons of life: moves, career changes, and the most impactful changes of the death of my 1st husband, and most recently the death of my mother this past year. Life […]

Focusing on your Strengths

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Cindy Biggs   In the 1950s psychologist Donald Clifton asked the question, “What will happen when we think about what is RIGHT with people rather than fixating on what is WRONG with them?” Imagine that. Most evaluations I have had throughout my career depict what I am doing well, but […]

Postcards to yourself!

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Julianne Miranda Throughout all the various approaches to goal setting, the importance of sharing your goals with a trusted friend or family member is an important theme.  This bit of accountability can make the difference in your commitment to following through with your intentions. We also know that as time […]

Hold Strong to your Vision

Guest post by W4C3 Coach, Yengyee Lor-Yang The rainbow symbolism is that your troubles will come to past so hold strong in your faith, your vision and your goals and the rainbow will bring you new beginnings and prosperity. (Source: http://www.universeofsymbolism.com/rainbow-symbolism.html). On my way to see my best friend, I encountered a beautiful rainbow.  I […]

Perception Matters…Manage it well

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Cornelia Shipley Your leadership effectiveness is impacted by the perceptions of those you work for, those who work for you and those you work with. If you fail to manage the perception these three stakeholder communities have of you and your performance you may struggle to achieve your career objectives. Daily those you work with are assessing […]

3 steps to prepare for High Stakes Discussion

Guest Blog by Nancy McCabe     Here’s 3 critical steps to prepare for any high stakes discussion. Fact Gathering. Not sure what you don’t know? Do your homework. When Ali, his new boss of 4 months, set-up a performance review meeting, Jamie was determined to have a challenging conversation. He wanted to ask for a raise along with a […]

Power Tools

Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Jason Gamba RENTING: To occupy somebody else’s property or use somebody else’s equipment in return for regular payments. OWNING: Belonging to or done by a particular person or thing. This power tool targets and focuses on accountability. On my life’s journey, I have discovered a philosophy of living life at […]

Communicating as an Introvert

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Guest Post by W4C3 Coach, Cindy Biggs I attended one of those milestone high school class reunions three months ago.  Let’s say I was anxious about going to see a group of people that I have had no contact with since I left the last class reunion 15 years ago. As a class officer, I had […]

Is your to-do list getting in your way?

Guest post by W4C3 Coach, Cory Thomsen If you have a practice of keeping a running list of the things you need to get done, I challenge you to STOP IT. (Except for groceries!) Here’s why. Unfinished tasks lead to intrusive, irrational thoughts – a huge drain on our energy. And, as you know, the list […]

What if Joy was your Default Setting?

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Guest Blog by W4C3 Coach Julie Holly What would your life be like if you woke up every morning and jumped out of bed filled with excitement?  What if you could look forward to your day knowing everyone you meet will mirror your positive feelings?  What if your day flew by and everything worked out in your favor? Some would say that’s a totally unrealistic dream.  But does it have […]

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