Category: Emotional Intelligence

Thoughts

5 “THOUGHTS” TO WATCH OUT FOR

from the Soundtracks book by Jon Acuff I love the book Soundtracks by Jon Acuff. Are you aware of your subconscious thoughts? We all have subconscious thoughts that we say in our minds all the time. This is what Jon calls a “soundtrack”. We have lots of different soundtracks about different things.

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Executive Presence

5 CORE SKILLS FOR EXECUTIVE PRESENCE

In leadership, how you present yourself matters. The way you show up and the energy you give off is called “Executive Presence”. Executive Presence starts first on the inside with how you feel. Second is your impact which is important, but for another post. So first we must be PRESENT

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Negative Mindset

THREE STEPS TO GET OUT OF A NEGATIVE MINDSET

Even the most positive, ambitious, and can-do people, can have a period where they feel some kind of emotional drowning in negativity. Some people encounter depression, can be overwhelmed, or discouraged more frequently during this time of a negative mindset. When this happens, it often activates a “victim” mentality. During

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Improve Your Communication

5 QUESTIONS TO ASK TO IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION

Great communication does not happen accidentally or without effort. Like with anything, what we practice and are intentional to develop we improve in and master. Communication is something that is constantly changing so the mastery of it is challenging and a constant moving target. Despite this, the commitment to improve

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Executive Coach

5 UNDENIABLE REASONS TO HIRE AN EXECUTIVE COACH

As a driven and ambitious professional, you are constantly seeking ways to elevate your career and achieve your goals. In this pursuit, have you ever considered hiring an executive coach? An executive coach is a trained professional who can guide and support you in reaching your full potential as a

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Celebrating

3 KEYS: THE IMPORTANCE OF CELEBRATING

Some people are amazing at celebrating their wins, successes, and milestones. I admire their ability to find creative and fun ways to stop and recognize progress, the work, and the achievement, especially since I grew up in a family that culturally finished one task and instantly shifted to the next.

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