Resolutions—bah humbug! It drives me crazy that people insist on making New Year’s resolutions on January 1 after one of the most exhausting and busy times of the year. Bad timing is just one of the reasons research shows that 80% of New Year’s resolutions will not come to fruition. January should be a time [read more…]
This month, I invited my friend Janet Huehls to be my guest author. We have been close friends for over 30 years, having met in high school typing class and been friends ever since. We are fortunate to have interests and passions that connect our careers too! Janet is a clinical exercise physiologist who motivates [read more…]
People come into our lives at different times. We appreciate them but seldom celebrate them during their lives. I recently lost my coach Pat Schuler who passed away from a sudden illness. She was a friend and mentor for almost ten years. When she presented at a Career Coaching Conference in 2008, I knew that [read more…]
A note from Beth: It is exciting to feature my friend and colleague as a guest writer on my blog. Like me, Ed is a leadership coach and we have had the opportunity to collaborate on facilitating many leadership training sessions. I am proud to announce that Ed’s book, Raising Your Visibility and Value, came out [read more…]
I just facilitated a Communication MBTI Team Building Training at the Augusta Levy Learning Center in West Virginia. My college roommate, Kathy Shapell, started the school twelve years ago because there were limited educational resources for children with autism that focused on best practices. The Center now has 29 employees and sees success with their [read more…]
We set goals for ourselves every day — however, how do we accomplish them? How do we hold ourselves accountable? In this new video, I share three strategies that have worked well for my clients to accomplish goals with ease! Watch below, and get started today. What strategies work best for you? Share them with [read more…]
How do you want to be remembered? In three words, how would you describe your brand? Watch this video for some valuable branding tips and insights!
I am grateful to have spent my birthday week in Boston with my mom. We did some great touristy things like attending an amazing Red Sox game (they won!), going to the John F Kennedy museum, taking a tasting tour in the North End, and visiting the Boston Aquarium (love those penguins). We also explored [read more…]
Find your passion, kindness counts and the importance of getting support… Thank you, Dad, for teaching me what real leadership means.
With Father’s Day in mind, I would like to share the leadership lessons that I am so thankful I learned from my Dad. Find Your Passion: My Dad was fortunate. He loved the Moving Industry. When he was talking about a customer or a new type of masking tape, you could feel and see the [read more…]