How to Navigate a Career Plateau

How to Navigate a Career Plateau

Navigating a career plateau can be tricky. You may want to maintain your employment but feel hopeless due to the lack of opportunities at your place of business. Or, you may feel that your skills have been inaccurately assessed and that you have more to give. You may...

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Self-Promoting Without Feeling Tacky

Self-Promoting Without Feeling Tacky

Self-promoting without feeling tacky can feel like walking a tightrope. You want to get your message out, but there’s a voice inside your head that keeps telling you to pull the reins in before you annoy your audience.    This post will show you how to...

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Characteristics of a Courageous Woman

Characteristics of a Courageous Woman

The characteristics of a courageous woman are easy to spot when they’re in use but are difficult to characterize in words. Nevertheless, this post breaks down the behaviors that courageous women possess which give them an aura of confidence and invincibility. ....

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Asking For Help At Work Without Feeling Incompetent

Asking For Help At Work Without Feeling Incompetent

Asking for help at work can engender a lot of self-judgment. We feel incompetent when we are unable to accomplish everything on our plate, but the truth is, asking for help can actually pay dividends for us down the line. Why is asking for help at work hard?   We...

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Assertiveness vs Aggressiveness

Assertiveness vs Aggressiveness

A coaching client recently explained to me the struggle she has in coming off as assertive vs aggressive. She was in the midst of advocating for herself as it pertained to her compensation package and was concerned that her efforts would be taken the wrong way. I had...

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Manterrupting: How To Take Your Power Back

Manterrupting: How To Take Your Power Back

As early as the mid-1970’s, research was being conducted on women’s experience in being interrupted by men when talking. A 1998 study by Candace West, a sociology professor at University of California Santa Cruz, found that doctors who are women are more than twice as...

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Video Conferencing Etiquette: What You Need To Know

Video Conferencing Etiquette: What You Need To Know

As of April 1, 2020, usage of video conferencing tool Zoom was up more than 300% from before the pandemic forced workers into their homes. Similarly, usage of video conferencing tools such as Microsoft Teams, WebEx, Skype, and LogMeIn are also up.  Video conferencing...

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Claiming Your Identity as a Confident Business Woman

Claiming Your Identity as a Confident Business Woman

Plenty of successful business women struggle to consistently maintain their confidence. They feel self-assured in one situation, then doubt themselves in another. They are the best version of themselves on Monday, then on Tuesday, they feel like a fraud.  How can you...

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What Is A Slash Career & Why Do You Need One?

What Is A Slash Career & Why Do You Need One?

What is a slash career?  Also known as a portfolio career, a slash career is one in which a person makes multiple income streams simultaneously from different careers. Marci Alboher popularized the phrase in her book One Person/Multiple Careers: The Original Guide to...

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Enneagram Six At Work

Enneagram Six At Work

Who is the Enneagram Six at Work? The Loyalist, The Trouble Shooter The Enneagram Six is known for being loyal to the people to whom they have committed. A Six aims to figure out everything that is going on around them to create safety and structure in their...

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Enneagram Five At Work

Enneagram Five At Work

Who is the Enneagram Five at Work? The Wise Person, The Observer, The Sage You will find the Enneagram Five on the periphery of a room - watching - studying, rather -  others. Interacting with lots of people in large groups is not their ideal environment. They are...

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Enneagram Seven At Work

Enneagram Seven At Work

Who is the Enneagram Seven at Work? The Enthusiast, The Visionary, The Joyful Person Sevens are motivated by a need to be happy, to plan stimulating experiences, and to avoid difficult feelings. Sevens are energetic adventure-seekers who are always thinking about the...

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Enneagram Four At Work

Enneagram Four At Work

Who is the Enneagram Four at Work? The Romantic, The Original Person, The Individualist In the midst of being ambitious, visionary, driven, and charismatic, the Enneagram Four experiences a tsunami of emotions. Fours tend to focus on authenticity, meaning, and...

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Enneagram Three At Work

Enneagram Three At Work

Who is the Enneagram Three at Work?   The Achiever, The Effective Person, The Performer Enneagram Threes are motivated by a need to succeed, to appear successful, and to avoid failure at all costs. Threes are energized by efficiency, goals, and tasks....

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Enneagram Two At Work

Enneagram Two At Work

Who is the Enneagram Two at Work?   The Nurturer, The Helper, The Giver, The Loving Person The Enneagram Two is the most interpersonal type on the Enneagram. A Two wakes up thinking about relationships and goes to bed at night thinking about relationships;...

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Enneagram Nine At Work

Enneagram Nine At Work

Who is the Enneagram Nine at Work? The Peacemaker, The Mediator Nines have remarkable inner tranquility and a need to keep the peace, both externally and internally. By avoiding conflict at all costs (even if it means keeping the status quo), they can maintain their...

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Enneagram Eight At Work

Enneagram Eight At Work

Who is the Enneagram Eight at Work?   The Powerful Person, The Challenger Eights are excellent at taking charge of their environment. As leaders, they know how to mobilize to get things done; they have a gift for knowing what needs to happen, who is the best...

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Enneagram One At Work

Enneagram One At Work

Who is the Enneagram One at Work?   The Perfectionist, The Reformer, The Improver, The Good Person People who identify as Enneagram One are responsible, thorough, and hard-working. They have very high standards for themselves and others, a point that is important...

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How A Full-Time Working Mom Can Read 52 Books A Year

How A Full-Time Working Mom Can Read 52 Books A Year

As a full-time working mom managing a marriage, a family, a side-hustle, and an in-home Airbnb, my time is at an absolute premium. There are plenty of days where I don’t know which way is up. In order to balance it all, I have to have a mental escape hatch I can...

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Books on Courage and Confidence: Three of My Favorites

Books on Courage and Confidence: Three of My Favorites

Do you run towards, or away from, books on courage and confidence? If you want to say “towards” but the real answer is “away from”, you’re in good company.  Plenty of women want to develop their courage and expand their self-confidence, but the shame of their starting...

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3 Microaggressions in the Workplace: How Women Can Respond

3 Microaggressions in the Workplace: How Women Can Respond

Microaggressions in the workplace are sneaky. Often excused as "old-school" or generational, they can eat away at a team's morale or a company's culture with the offenders being none the wiser. What are microaggressions?  Microaggressions are everyday verbal or...

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How To Get Outside Your Comfort Zone

How To Get Outside Your Comfort Zone

As children and college students, we are required to get outside our comfort zone on a daily basis. We are being challenged by adults who still largely rule our lives to stretch and grow in new ways every day. As we mature and our independence expands, we can choose...

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How To Rejoin The Workforce After A Long Break

How To Rejoin The Workforce After A Long Break

A friend of mine recently told me that she was considering rejoining the workforce after a long break- eight years, to be exact. I said, “Hey, that’s awesome!” and instinctively raised my hand for a high five just as I realized she was pale. She was worried that her...

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The Word “Should” Has No Place in Your Vocabulary

The Word “Should” Has No Place in Your Vocabulary

In emerging from a particularly challenging season, I lamented to a mentor all the mistakes I had made. I was eager to pull myself out of despair but was drowning in shame, guilt, regret, and self-judgment. I was determined to learn from my circumstances but was stuck...

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9 Reasons to Ask for a BIG Raise THIS Year

9 Reasons to Ask for a BIG Raise THIS Year

When you visualize yourself asking for a big raise, do you feel excited or anxious? Optimistic or pessimistic? Do you feel as if the timing would have to be just right to make your pitch?  Being savvy means knowing when to take risks and when to play it safe. “Better...

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