What makes you so special?

Used to be a question I used to dread! And I’ve been asked this question at least a thousand times over the course of my life… that’s a lot! I must say for the first half of my life, I struggled to answer it. Why? Because I honestly didn’t think I was special. I was […]

Reasons for not planning so much…

If you’ve been thinking about starting a business or that project you’ve been waiting to get your hands on for the past 18 months, here’s the best advice that I (and even Seth Godin) would give: Stop planning and start doing. Just finished rereading (the second manifesto this week along with two other books) Seth’s […]

How to “bookend” your day

Just finished rereading Dan Pink’s new book When! It’s so darn good! Probably the second only book I wouldn’t mind rereading in the years to come… the first one was The Power of Full Engagement. (Tony Schwartz’s book “The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working” is a great read too!) Here’s an excerpt worth reading (and […]

One becoming a people’s person

Becoming one isn’t for everyone. In fact, I think you either have it in you or don’t. Sure, you can take a couple of workshops on Emotional Intelligence but that’s just a temporary fix up. You will raise your level of self-awareness and/or perhaps learn a few techniques that you can apply to your people […]

What are the odds?

I’m closely working with a few clients to explore their “big why” behind procrastination and leaning on instant gratification. It’s a rewarding experience to be able to navigate through their thoughts and facilitate clarity in thinking. What’s more rewarding is the insights I gain from these conversations. It just blows my mind up! One of […]

Your best move as a new soloprenuer

I know how it feels having a job one day and staying at home looking at the ceiling the next… wondering what on earth would you do or worse where the heck am I going to get my clients from? One of the biggest challenges solopreneurs face is to keep their sales/business development pipeline full. […]

Tired? Take a nappuccino!

Alright, don’t roll your eyes. It’s officially a thing. And you can blame Daniel Pink for that. In his new book, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, he explores the five secrets of taking a perfect nap. Find your afternoon low point. The best time for a nap is generally about 7 hours after […]