Making Change

October 7, 2020

Making time for intention

Transforming your career is not something you can just think about and *poof* it happens. It requires incremental activity over a sustained period of time. The […]
September 22, 2020

Waiting to be invited

The path to career agility and fulfillment is there for the taking, but you have to proactively step into it to access it. Especially if you […]
September 4, 2020

Fulfillment and impact in a time of disruption

Never before have we lived in a world changing more rapidly. Futurist David Houle, author of Entering the Shift Age and The 2020s: the Most Disruptive […]
August 6, 2020

What kind of life do I want to lead, given the new reality?

What kind of life do I want to lead, given the new reality is a question worth sitting with right now. As you walk through this […]
May 5, 2020
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Strategies for career transformation in a COVID-19 world

If you came into 2020 with the intention to proactively transform your career this year, you may be feeling a bit thwarted by now.  We came […]
February 5, 2020
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Leadership best practice: Read the room to transform your success

Many of the technical leaders I coach aspire to have more influence and impact. At the same time, they have invested heavily in their technical abilities, […]
January 8, 2020
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A different approach to the new year

Although I make my living as a coach helping executives create the work-life and impact they want, the new year “let-me-share-the-blueprint-for-starting-your-year-off-right” stuff makes me a bit […]
December 3, 2019

Take the first step to creating positive change

When I started, I had no idea that my idea would ignite a holiday tradition in our community. I was just thinking about my own kids, […]
November 12, 2019
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Interview: Discovering a Meaningful Second-Act Career

Watch the LinkedIn Live video here. Just like the second act of a play comes after the intermission, a second-act career typically follows a wakeup call. […]