Three Things That Keep You From Success (and How to Overcome Them)

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We’ve all got our own versions of “success.” You may dream of starting a successful business, while someone else is invested in learning how to bake the perfect apple pie. While our end goals may not be exactly the same, we all have one thing in common: Everyone deals with adversity (and we mean everyone).  […]

Put Your Best (Business) Face Forward

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We all want to represent ourselves and our businesses as positively and professionally as possible. Oftentimes, we only get one chance to make a great impression on our audience. It’s important that we make the most of it. But with the many dynamic “faces” we wear each day, it can be challenging to keep them […]

Aligning Team and Individual Goals

Picture this: You’re playing in a basketball game. You have a great game and score lots of points—but unfortunately, your team still loses. You’re excited about your individual performance, but the fact is, the group lost.    Sure, we’re not all basketball players. But we are all part of important teams in our lives: family, friend groups, and so on. And while individual goals are certainly important, what’s more important is how achieving those goals contributes to the group’s success. Let’s talk about how you […]

Creating a Growth Mindset

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Feeling stagnant? You’re not alone. Even the most successful people feel stuck sometimes. However, what sets them apart from the rest is their ability to lean into a growth mindset. What is a growth mindset, you ask? Exactly what it sounds like! It’s the idea that the skills you have (or don’t have) aren’t permanent, and your abilities […]

Finishing the Year Strong

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Wondering where the year went? So are we! We’re officially down to about 2 months left in 2021. And at this point in the year, we all have a decision to make: Option #1: Coast through the rest of the year and wait to get re-motivated during New Year’s Resolution time. Option #2: Focus on finishing the year strong! We hope you choose the […]

Three Questions to Find Your Unique Strengths

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We’re all good at something. Actually, we’re all good at multiple things. But asking someone for a list of their strengths can feel like you’re pulling teeth. On the flip side, if you were to ask someone to name some of their weaknesses, it’s likely they could rattle them off with no problem. “I’m terrible […]

Leadership and Communication … Our Top 5 Favorite Posts!

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Building your leadership and communication skills isn’t always easy! We often hit a slump or a point in time when we can choose to either dig in or give up. We will always encourage you to take a breath and dig in. Will it make it easier? No, not really … BUT, it will always […]

Risk Taking, Reward, and Handstands

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Risk-taking can be scary, and everyone’s idea of “risk” looks a little bit different. Risk means that whatever the situation might be, there’s a chance for danger or loss; it means you have something to lose! Now, a risk doesn’t have to be something massive like cliff jumping off a waterfall in Bali, or swimming with hammerhead sharks in the open ocean. There can be risks […]

Staying Connected While Making Connections

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“Staying connected” vs. “making connections?” There are distractions everywhere and it’s so difficult to balance staying connected with … well, staying balanced! Every day we’re inundated with constant information, and the worst offenders are often sitting quietly (or not so quietly) in our pockets, our purses, or on our wrists. How many times a day […]

How to Beat the Winter Blues

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Winter blues and seasonal depression—winter can be SAD. Don’t let it get you down! For many, once those long days of summer and warmth are over and the sun starts making only weekly appearances (if you’re lucky), winter can be downright miserable. Learn how to spot the winter blues and turn them into winter awesomeness! […]