Saying “No” to Focus on What’s Important with Michael Hyatt

Saying “No” to Focus on What’s Important with Michael Hyatt

“Most of the people I know, and coach, are recovering people-pleasers…” New York Times Best Selling Author, Michael Hyatt said this to me in our recent conversation. In fact, I’m a recovering people-pleaser myself. In my first professional job, I working between 80-90...
When Legal Meetings with Jay-Z Don’t Bring Fulfillment

When Legal Meetings with Jay-Z Don’t Bring Fulfillment

Ball with Allen Iverson, Movie-making with Hollywood Elite, and Signing Contracts with Jay-Z   My friend Mo claims he’s worked a lot of dream jobs in his lifetime. In his first role post-college—at Reebok HQ—he spent his time playing company basketball games at...
Live Coaching Call: What to Do When You’ve Outgrown Your Company

Live Coaching Call: What to Do When You’ve Outgrown Your Company

Have you ever watched the show Suits? Surely you heard mention of this USA Network series in the midst of the Royal Wedding this past May. Infamous royal Meghan Markle played the role of Rachel Zane in this drama about a New York-based corporate law firm. The two main...

how top performers ask for help

We’ve observed over the years that Top Performers ask for help completely differently than other people. They do it in a way that causes their boss to love them, friends to always want to help, and colleagues to enjoy lending a hand. What is this massive difference in...
Six Figure VP to $0: When You’ve Had Success, Now You Don’t

Six Figure VP to $0: When You’ve Had Success, Now You Don’t

Robert was in a VP level role, earning great money and enjoying life and work. He was well known around his industry. He was great at what he did.   Things were pretty good overall… Until they weren’t! Robert got laid off. No big deal right. A great opportunity to...
Visioning: A Tool To Decide the Direction of Your Career

Visioning: A Tool To Decide the Direction of Your Career

Fīnd – verb 1. discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly. 2. recognize or discover (something) to be present. Cre·ate – krēˈāt – verb 1. bring (something) into existence. “he created a thirty-acre lake” 2. cause (something) to happen...
How Career Change at 20 is Different than 30 (or even 40 and 50)

How Career Change at 20 is Different than 30 (or even 40 and 50)

I think one of most interesting pieces of human nature and psychology is that we all drastically overestimate how unique our situations really are. We’re biased to think that *our* situation is special and the most challenging set of circumstances. We see this every...