HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PROFESSIONAL IMAGE FROM DAMAGE BY @PHYLLISREAGIN
In one fell swoop, Lori Loughlin (and many others) damaged a carefully crafted professional image. Only she knows what motivated her to take such extraordinary risk. Lori created a successful acting business built on the professional image of being wholesome and trustworthy. Like Lori, entrepreneurs build their professional images with a direct impact on their businesses.
5 IMPORTANT WAYS TO LIVE AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE
Living an extraordinary life often means being true to yourself, no matter the circumstances or others’ opinions. It means living a life with no regrets. That you didn’t say no to what matters to you. Too often, we our dreams off to the side, expecting that one day we will get to them. Then we look back and realize we didn’t live the extraordinary life we were meant for.
3 Steps To Create A Leadership Vision That Rally’s Support
Are you ready to share the who and why behind your work? Follow these three steps to create a captivating leadership vision.
Say No to Holiday Drama and Yes to Joy
3 Playful Ways to Find Out What Someone Thinks About You
Stop wondering why your relationships are in trouble
As a Conflict Coach, I am often sought out to help my clients with broken relationships. Usually, by time my clients reach out to me their relationship is suffering from poor communication, hurt feelings, and misunderstandings. At this point, I help my clients to step back and figure out what went wrong and what the real problem might be. We begin doing what I call ‘stopping the bleeding’ work.
Does conflict make you so uncomfortable that you will not engage in it? Do you leave situations unresolved? Do you blow up at the wrong things and at inappropriate times?
5 Empowering Ways for Dealing with Annoying Coworkers
LADWP is hosted its 2018 Women in Business Networking Event to provide a forum that highlights women-owned businesses and fosters an increase in these businesses pursuing City and County contracts. Two panels will discuss issues related to women’s influence in the area of sustainability and the challenges women face in contracting.
Phyllis is the Mom of a fantastically curious 12-year-old boy on the Autism Spectrum, the wife of an inquisitive serial entrepreneur and her first love, a coaching guru of an Executive Coaching business, and a believer that all things are possible once they are planted on your souls’s journey.