The reason you are needy is because social needs fuel your drive to connect with others and succeed. This post will teach you how to identify your needs so you can feed them instead of reacting negatively when they aren't met.
Many failures result from the behaviors we do or we avoid because of our beliefs. Here are some examples of common beliefs that can sabotage your happiness and success. Look for your belief, then read the alternative point of view you might want to consider instead.
When you can identify what is triggering your reactions in the moment, you give yourself the chance to feel differently if you want to. Naming your emotional triggers also gives you more clarity on what you need to do or ask for to change your circumstances. Choose your triggers from a list of needs and learn the steps for gaining emotional freedom today.
Giving feedback can hurt instead of help a relationship. If you need something to treat you in a different way, follow these 7 steps to help you agree on a way forward that is more respectful and rewarding for you both.
Whether your relationships are professional or personal, if you do not talk about the negative feelings you are holding onto, the relationship will erode. This post provides steps to improve your own relationships or to act as a coach to help bring people together at work.
Do you feel exhausted at the end of the day, with little energy left for family and friends? This post will help you look at what you do that leaves you feeling drained, and then provides tips for revitalizing yourself so you have energy left for the evening.
Instead of trying to be calm, you can use your nervous energy for positive results. Here are two tips for counteracting your negative self-talk with positive nervousness before you go on stage and three tips to keep you engaging and likable while you are speaking:
Whether you are starting something new or you made some mistakes you regret, you might fall into the trap of calling yourself a failure. Or you worry others will judge you as incompetent. This post will help you recognize scenarios where you discount yourself and then it gives you 5 steps for helping you recover your confidence so you can move on.
Sometimes you need to teach your boss how to best manage you—what motivates you and demotivates you—so you can perform at your best. Here is a technique you can use with tips for making this uncomfortable conversation work in your favor.
You can strengthen your resiliency so you can cope with undesired changes in your life, but it has to be done as a daily exercise. Here are 5 steps for strengthening your ability to see options before, during, and after crisis hits.
One of the most difficult parts of making transitions at work or in life is letting go of who you were and what once made you successful. This post will give you four steps for letting go of the past so you can move into your new life.
Why don't grown women count on their female friends more at work? There is more money to be made through partnerships, but only 11 percent of women consider starting a business with another woman. And women who work for someone else often go it alone. Here are 5 tips that will help you develop strong and positive partnerships to pave the road to success.
Sometimes people cry, feel embarrassed, or get angry or defensive in conversations. What do you do? Here are tips for dealing with each of these emotions in a conversation so you can still have a successful result.
We all have intuition but we don’t consciously listen to it, trusting only what appears to be rational in our often irrational mind. This post gives you steps and an exercise to start hearing the important messages from your heart and gut more clearly.
No matter where you are on your career path, you will find your worst enemy is yourself. Your brain does not always respond in your best interest. Learn how to reset your mental programming so you use your time and energy better, getting more of what you want.