• Stress Derailing Your Ability to Collaborate?

    Edwin Land, was quoted as saying, "Politeness is the poison of collaboration." I would like to add to that...Politeness and stress are the poison of collaboration. Collaboration Takes Time I recently conducted a workshop for business leaders focused on stress and the impact it has on collaboration.

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    What Your Teen Needs Most to Prepare for College

    Helping your teen to develop their emotional intelligence will help them: Navigate set backs, failures, and disappointments Manage stress Experience less anxiety and feelings associated with depression Have stronger, healthier relationships Make well thought out decisions Make

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    7 Signs You May Be A Lawn Mower Parent

    It's no secret, parents of millennials commonly take a hands on approach to parenting. Some have referred to this approach as being a Lawn Mower parent. It's no secret, parents of millennials commonly take a hands on approach to parenting. Some have referred to this approach as being a Lawn Mower

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    Just how self-aware are you and why does it matter!? Take this short quiz and find out!

    It seems no matter where you look, topics like mindfulness, emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and self-leadership are everywhere. So what do they have in common? Focusing inward!         Whether you are at home, at work, or at school, self-awareness is a critical skill to being

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    The Importance of Emotional Intelligence When Parenting Tweens, Teens, and Twenties

    On this episode of #30Seconds Live, we interviewed parent coaches Sheryl Gould and Kelli Schulte. These two fabulous contributors met through 30Seconds.com, demonstrating the real power of our tribe. They are both coaches working with tweens, teens and their families. During the livestream show,

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    7 Mindful Perspectives to Help Young Professionals Navigate the Workplace

        Employers are becoming more and more interested in the Emotional Intelligence levels of their potential hires. In fact, per a recent study, 71% of surveyed hiring managers said that EQ was more important than IQ. According to Six Seconds (a nonprofit organization with a goal of one billion

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    Dreading the conflict around the holiday table? No sweat! Try these quick tips.

      Most relationship experts will agree, at the heart of every conflict is a breakdown of communication. And that breakdown includes a lack of listening to each other. So what does it take to be a good listener, one that listens deeply? It starts with building your self-awareness. What are your

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    10 Things I'm Learning About Myself And Parenting

    After coming off a 4-day weekend with my family, here are 10 things I am learning about myself and parenting. As a Coach who focuses on helping parents and teens, I can be pretty hard on myself when it comes to my own parenting. It's always much easier to look at a situation and help people increase

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    4 Tips to Raising Successful Teens

    How can parents help teens develop self efficacy   When you think of the word SUCCESS what comes to mind? Now think of the word SUCCESS and your TEEN. How are you defining success for your teen? According to Julie Lythcott-Haims, (TED talk How to Raise Successful Kids Without Over Parenting) when

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    Angry Kids?  3 Tips To Help!

    Angry Kids? 3 Tips to Help! All emotions are important. And all emotions are good. Even anger. Without emotions, we would miss out on a lot of clues on how to navigate life. How we automatically react to our emotions is what can gets us into trouble! [Tweet "How we automatically react to our

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