We’re getting to the time of year when people start thinking they really need to get a new job. As the calendar inches towards the New Year, it’s normal to start reflecting on your life, work, dreams, and goals. Perhaps you feel like you’re in your very own version of Groundhog Day: get up, go […]
The Strengths Deck
“What if this is as good as it gets?” I work with awesome, high-performing individuals and teams, and yet I’ve lost count of the number of people who, underneath it all, are wrestling with this question. 👎🏻 They feel like they’ve peaked and their best days are behind them. 👎🏻 They’re feeling shackled by “golden
As we navigate our professional lives, it’s essential to identify that sweet spot where our skills and passions intersect – the Zone of Genius. One of the things I love most about my work as a personal strengths coach is guiding people on the transformative journey of personal strengths. Once you’ve taken steps to identify
I was delighted to join Tash on her new podcast, ‘Lead With Less’. We talked all things strengths, including: What it means to be strengths based Why you should play and experiment with your strengths What reputation strengths are and how they might make you feel The importance of creating healthy work boundaries And my
I am a total bibliophile, and nothing makes me happier than getting a sneak peek inside a book that I’ve been wanting to read! So I thought that I should make it easy for people just like you to sneak a peek inside ‘Unleash Your Awesome’. I’m in the process of organising the third print-run,
Resilience is a concept that has been getting a lot of airtime in recent years, and rightly so. Global pandemics aside, the pace of life and work and the pace of change we face on a daily basis can make us feel worn down and wrung out. That’s why I was so delighted to be
I was delighted to join Zach White for an episode on his podcast The Happy Engineer. Don’t be fooled by podcast title – it’s not just for engineers! Zach does a fantastic job of helping people achieve career success by intentional design. We talked hobbits, guitars, the power of 1% improvements, and how my new
Reader feedback is an author’s best friend – it helps us know if we’ve hit the mark. And I’ve been delighted with the early reader feedback I’ve received! If you have read the book, I’d love to hear what you think. What did you like? What didn’t you like? Who would you recommend it to?
I hate getting things wrong. And I really hate getting stuff wrong when it’s in my area of expertise. Apparently I don’t like being reminded that I’m human (anyone else with me on that?). It happened again in a fairly spectacular way recently, so I decided to turn it into a teachable moment for myself.
I have a confession: I love watching unboxing videos. Not the ones where people are paid to unbox a company’s product and rave about it to drive sales. But the pure, unadulterated joy of someone unboxing something they have worked long and hard to create – like a book. So when the printed copies of