So far in the “Art of Steady Progress” series, we’ve talked about…1Creating a realistic plan each day (part 2).2Assessing how we did on the plan with kindness and curiosity, and no judgment. Making sure we start with the positives (part 3). Today, we’re going to focus on how to make this process work for us to […]MORE
In the first two posts of this series, I introduced the “Art of Steady Progress.” And shared with you step one of the process. (If you haven’t read them yet, go here for part 1 or here for part 2) In this blog post, I want to talk about what to do after you create a realistic […]MORE
In part one of this series, I wrote about the “Art of Steady Progress” and how it is exactly what we need to transform our lives. And to help our clients do the same. Step 1 of this process is to design a realistic plan for your day. There are a couple of components to […]MORE
I’ve been trying to practice what I call “The Art of Steady Progress” for quite some time. And it’s only been in the last year that I’ve felt that I finally get it. It used to be that I’d have a huge goal and think that all I needed to do was set up projects […]MORE
Do you know those small bags of baby carrots you’ve bought hundreds of times? Did you know that those are milled and sculpted from regular sized carrots? They’re not “baby” carrots at all. When first hearing this you might think, oh what a scam. They’ve been fooling us into thinking those little carrots were baby carrots. But […]MORE
Back in 2012 when I first got my doctorate in psychology, I knew nothing about coaching or business. I didn’t understand that I needed to focus on one transformation and one ideal client avatar. So I became a coach. Not even a life coach. That’s how much I didn’t know. About a year later, I learned […]MORE
In 1936, Irving Naxon invented what is now known as the Crock Pot. Naxon got the idea for the “Beanery” from stories he heard from his grandma, Tamara, who was from Lithuania. Each Friday, she would have to walk down to the bakery with a pot of uncooked stew to have them slow cook it […]MORE
Yesterday, I came across a website, storygrid.com. It sucked me in with a testimonial from Steven Pressfield, the author of “The War of Art” and one of my favorite books. The Story Grid is a resource for writers developed by Shawn Coyne, who has been in the book publishing world for over 25 years with some […]MORE
Let’s face it. Your readers… they’re busy. Really busy. And they have a ton of stuff occupying their brains. If you want people to read your content, you gotta grab their attention immediately. A great headline does just that. It’s not always easy, though, is it? According to Copyblogger, 8 out of 10 people on average will read your […]MORE
Creating current and future functional org charts can help you get a clear picture of where your business is at right now AND where it’s headed.
A functional org chart looks like a regular org chart, but has one big difference. It also includes the top 3-5 key responsibilities for each position.
It helps make it clear to everyone on your team what the roles are and what their top priorities are.MORE