Archive for the 'Uncategorized' Category

Aug
21
Moving Beyond Excuses

As a coach I hear a lot of reasons why people don’t reach their goals.  The reasons (excuses) seem to fall into three categories:

Language – we are often nonchalant with words and yet it has a huge impact on our mindset.  Growing up, our parents frequently gave us verbal …

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Aug
7
The Question of Success

The question of success is not what you ask but who you ask.

Have you ever been inspired by someone you saw presenting at a seminar, or bought a program online from, or from a TV ad that claims to be able to help you…lose weight, achieve your goals, invest …

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Jul
24
I Can’t Afford It!

Is that true?  Is it absolutely impossible for you to find a way to afford what you want?  Step back from the easy answer and dig a little deeper.  Below are some alternatives to consider:

Own your truth – Often money is an easy scapegoat because most people on the …

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Jul
6
Company Culture, Personal Transformation and You!

In a New York Times interview, Brett Wilson, C.E.O. of TubeMogul, a video advertising software company, explains the importance of three values he created in the company culture which have contributed to the success of his business.

As I was reading this interview, I had a “light-bulb” moment. What if …

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Jun
28
Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time!

The majority of my clients complain there is never enough time – to finish the “to do” list, to take a vacation, to follow through on commitments, or to do the tasks that really get them to their goals. How can this group of growth-minded, goal-orientated rock-stars have trouble sticking …

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Jun
14
Repost – It’s Halftime

“Destiny is not a matter of chance; it’s a matter of choice.  It’s nothing to be waited for;  it is a thing to be achieved” – William Jennings Bryan

It’s mid-way through the year, a perfect time to reflect on the first half of 2015.

Start by celebrating your success. …

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Jun
1
High Cost of Staying Comfortable

From a young age, you were taught it’s important to be comfortable. Someone was always there to make you comfortable by providing the necessities of food, shelter and warmth when you were a baby. It makes sense as you grew up that you associated comfort with these necessities. But now …

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May
31
Are You Hiring?

Hiring new employees that are the right fit for your company can be challenging. Here are some tips for making the right hire.

 

Laura Treonze, serves as Chief Life Strategist with LMT Consulting, which helps executives and teams create massive success through self-awareness. Her life-changing approach has transformed individuals …

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May
25
Are You Right…or are You Guessing?

As a self-proclaimed “hard core” New Englander I often brag about our weather’s unpredictability and how much I love it. On the flip side, I find it aggravating to live in an area where weather-people turn fast-moving flurries and passing rain showers into WARNING based weather alerts. I’m constantly saying …

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May
17
No More “Paper Dolls” – Avoiding a Bad Hire

Have you ever hired someone who looked great on paper but turned out to be a disappointment in the office? I refer to those lackluster hires as “paper dolls.” The annual Gallup Employee Engagement Survey indicates 68% of the American working population is disengaged or actively disengaged in their work. …

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