In the video below, join me while I explore how poor boundaries impact your family and your professional life.
If you’ve wondered what do do first, we will review the first steps you need to take to develop healthier dynamics in your relationships.
Five Great Reasons explored:
- 1- Your Health
- 2- Increases Compassion
- 3-Feel Less Disappointed
- 4-Be a Better Parent (Leader)
- 5-Be More Promotable
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If it’s been awhile, we can feel silly for bringing it up. But not saying anything can and often will damage your relationship or your reputation.
Here’s a video on what I tell my clients that helps them over that initial hurdle. Continue reading
Bell Let’s Talk was over a month ago. But we need to do that all year. Mental Health Stigma stops us from having frank discussions that make all the difference at work or at home.
So, in the pursuit of giving us another opportunity to talk, I did a webinar(my first) and invited folks to a conversation afterwards. Below is the video of what I taught. Continue reading
Twas the night before New Year’s
Doing an annual review
Folks were getting frustrated shouting
“Hey, where’s the corkscrew?” Continue reading
Anger or anxiety disables our thinking brain. We need to re-calibrate what we are thinking in order to reclaim our emotional balance. That being said, when someone is putting pressure on us or elevating our blood pressure, stepping back and approaching things differently can help improve the outcome. Continue reading
Years ago, as a single mom I was working very hard to reinvent myself with very few credentials to my name. My financial and emotional bank accounts were constantly being drained with demands and responsibilities. There were days where I would have preferred to stay in bed for a month, but I got out of bed, painted on a smile and picked up my boxing gloves; just like every under-employed single mom I knew.
At work, I had a colleague named Raj. He had a Master’s degree in Mathematics, came from a prominent family, and was newly engaged to a professional woman. They were living the dream and had life by the balls! Continue reading
OK. So every week I sit and write an article. I try to be practical and use my critical thinking skills looking to give people tools. Honestly, this week, I was truly distracted and disgusted by the Access Hollywood video and subsequent denials by the Republican nominee. While people are asking themselves if he should get a pass because they don’t like his opponent, my mind has gone straight to his victims and how courageous they are. But also, to the victims that are keeping silent out of fear of reprisals from this litigious and entitled wealthy monster. Continue reading
So you think you are observant. Everyone seems to be getting along. After all, they come to work everyday and smile when you walk by. If people weren’t communicating well, you’d know! Right?
Today, I decided to do a quick video to share my thoughts on this.