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Have you ever noticed that some of your employees thrive in certain situations while others struggle? You may have a salesperson who excels at building client relationships but struggles with attention to detail. Or that silent analyst who can crunch numbers like no one’s business but needs help with presentations. These differences in strengths and […]


April 27, 2023

Optimizing Employee Performance Based on Personality Types

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A 2019 report by Forbes revealed that only 13% of employees feel engaged at work, with burnout and disengagement on the rise, even moreso after the COVID-19 pandemic. This alarming trend highlights the urgent need for employers to prioritize employee well-being and satisfaction in the workplace. After all, aren’t happy employees more productive, innovative, and […]


April 21, 2023

How Employee Satisfaction Surveys Equal Workplace Happiness

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Do you remember the scene in “The Wolf of Wall Street” where the sales team at Stratton Oakmont is encouraged to sell penny stocks to unsuspecting customers? The high-pressure sales tactics and unethical behavior ultimately lead to decreased employee performance and the company’s downfall. Sounds like something that could only happen in movies. Why am […]


April 19, 2023

Unlocking Potential through Employee Performance Strategies

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Have you noticed a significant change in attitude and performance in one of your coworkers or employees? Does the energetic new hire now seem so lifeless, and has their performance dropped consistently for the past few months? Watch out—you may be witnessing job burnout. What causes burnout in the workplace? What are its signs and […]

Mental Health

April 14, 2023

How to Recover From Burnout: A Guide for Managers

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As managers and leaders, you know the workplace can be stressful. If left unchecked for too long, stress can lead to many mental health issues, including anxiety attacks and other similar disorders. Anxiety comes in many forms and can manifest in many signs and symptoms. But one symptom can be debilitating: anxiety attacks. Anxiety attacks […]

Mental Health

April 11, 2023

Employee in a Crisis? Here’s How to Calm an Anxiety Attack

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How great would it be if all jobs and workplaces had zero stress because of stress management techniques? It would only be wishful thinking, however. Stress is an inescapable and inevitable part of daily life, even in the most enjoyed occupations in the world. The best thing you and everyone else can do is learn […]

Mental Health

April 7, 2023

Distressed? De-stress! 4 Stress Management Techniques to Try

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Does your company have high turnover rates every month? Do you notice that your employees and coworkers seem less motivated, inspired, and satisfied in their jobs? Do you see increased bickering between employees or small oversights that add up over time? It may be time to assess the overall mental health in the workplace. Mental […]

Mental Health

April 3, 2023

Mental Health in the Workplace: Top 3 Most Common Issues

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Each year around this time, we can all feel the shift in energy. The air cools, the leaves begin to change, night begins to creep in at a completely inappropriate time, and there is either an air of release as people give up working for the year OR an increase in stress as businesses try to catch up in annual goals in the final—and also most distracted— months of the year. Either way, as a business leader, this can likely be the most stress-inducing time for you.

“WTF is going on?!” you might catch yourself wondering, as your typical go-to employee fumbles yet ANOTHER task and seems to be less and less reliable.

Depending on your industry, sales may take a dip as well in this quarter as your typical client has less time and be under more stress.

The Holiday Season is coming, and pressure may be rising.


October 17, 2022

Halloween isn’t the only scary thing around the corner…

Organize your thoughts, boundaries, and goals. Declutter the digital stuff…declutter the rest.

Habit Hacking

September 30, 2022

Declutter Your Digital ‘Stuff’ to Re-Structure Your Focus

According to Business Insider article “The 4 Main Types of Procrastinators and How to Not be One of Them, According to 2 Accountability Coaches,” there are 4 types of procrastination. Knowing which type you fall under is the key to creating the tools to overcome your pattern. #1 The Performer Procrastinator This is the person […]

Habit Hacking

February 28, 2022

Struggle with Procrastination?

Show Up as the Leader You’ve Always
Wanted to Be

I’m a mind performance coach who helps business leaders, entrepreneurs, and anyone looking to level up to their full potential show up as the leader they’ve always wanted to be. As a former therapist who’s struggled with depression and anxiety, I’ve seen firsthand how mental health is all too often treated as an afterthought.

Now I’m on a mission to shift the paradigm and teach others what I learned the hard way: that being successful doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your health or your relationships, and taking care of your mind first is the key to unlocking everything you want.

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