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Remember the scene in ‘Ocean’s 11’ where Danny Ocean recruits his team of expert criminals by appealing to their unique skills and motivations? When you understand what drives your team members, recognize their contributions, and provide opportunities for growth and development, you can inspire them to be more engaged, productive, and committed to your organization’s […]

Employee Engagement

June 5, 2023

Thrive Tribe: Boosting Employee Engagement Towards A Thriving Workplace

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In case you need some reminding, a typical scene that demonstrates workplace communication so normalized it made repeated references in Hollywood movies USED to look like this: Two office girls huddled in a cubicle to hear the juiciest updates from a colleague seated in front of a computer monitor. Enter the supervisor five minutes into […]


May 5, 2023

Workplace Communication 101: Models and Tips for Improving Office Dynamics

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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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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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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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