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Posts by LisaMarie

Do You Know What Makes You Stand Out (Your Secret Sauce)?

Did you ever watch a talent show and think, “Wow! That’s amazing!” Or, see a video on social media and wonder how in the world this person got to be so good at what they’re doing? You have gifts, abilities, talents, and expertise that no one else has, too. There is something in you that…

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Do You Have it On Backwards?

One of the little things I appreciate about my business is the ability to take days off during the week. When I worked in law enforcement, I had to often work on weekends. And, now, most of the conferences I attend happen over a weekend.  It really doesn’t matter if it is to run errands or have…

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Do You Know the Key to Making Good Decisions?

On a recent coaching call, one of my clients who has had countless successes this past year shared she’s lost her excitement for her business. This is someone who’s had opportunities to address the United Nations, work with teams of executives, and still enjoy time with her family vacationing regularly. As I listened to her…

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The Value of a “Not-To-Do” List

In 1955, British naval historian C. Northcote Parkinson published Parkinson’s Law. In his book he speaks about the pursuit of progress, and his work is often applied to the growth of bureaucracy in an organization. Parkinson’s law is the adage that “work expands to fill the time available for its completion.” Simply put, it means…

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Don’t Quit Before the Miracle

You have dreams.  Big Dreams.  Maybe dreams that lay dormant from decades ago…  Or, dreams you walked away from because they never felt like they would become a reality…  Or, maybe dreams that you just can’t seem to find the time to pursue…   I get it.  As someone who has engaged in a stop-start-stop…

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What to Do When You Feel Like Giving Up on Your Calling

On a recent coaching call, one of my clients who has had countless successes this past year shared she’s lost her excitement for her business. This is someone who’s had opportunities to address the United Nations, work with teams of executives, and still enjoy time with her family vacationing regularly. As I listened to her…

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Why the Best Leaders Don’t Go It Alone

Growing up, my grandfather was the closest person I had to a mentor. I hung on to every word he said mesmerized by his quiet brilliance, in awe of how people in the community looked up to him. When I got to high school, I met Fr. John Krivak who helped me navigate getting into…

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