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Incremental Improvements

Some clients say that they need to make massive changes in their lives. “I need to completely retool. I need to go back to school. I need to get trained in [whatever].” Some people do need to take massive action. However, I caution to take time to analyze whether massive change is actually necessary. Maybe, […]

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Balance Hubris and Humility in Resume Writing

During my many years of corporate life, some colleagues talked about people pumping up their resumes. I also heard about public figures adding degrees that they did not have or positions they never held. But, I never met anyone who did that. In fact, I experienced the opposite. I met so many people who were […]

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Feedback:

They Are Thinking It; You Might as Well Hear It Some clients dread performance assessments or even hearing criticism from bosses or colleagues. “I do the best I can and all I hear about is how this is wrong or that is wrong.” As Jack Canfield writes in The Success Principles, “they are thinking it; […]

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Failure

Some clients are afraid to risk anything – whether leading a project at the company or moving out of a job they hate. Hey the devil you know is better than the devil that you don’t know. If we fear failure, we never try. We all fail in our lives. Whoever tells you that they […]

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Mindset

Some clients get stuck on their “limited” capabilities. To get unstuck, one must break that kind of fixed mindset. From elementary school through high school, I had never been the brightest kid in the class. My classmates would barely crack a book and ace the test. I would carry an arm load of books home […]

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Raise Your Standards

Clients sometimes get frustrated with the seemingly lack of progress in advancing pay or promotion at work. Some say why bother to work hard at this job. As Tony Robbins says, in one of my favorite old Power Talk!, Raise Your Standards, if you want to succeed in reaching a high level, you must perform […]

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