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7 Lessons Olympians Can Teach You

After an unprecedented year-long delay, the Tokyo Olympics have begun this summer. This year we are unsure of what to expect as we are still living in a pandemic. Many love to watch the Olympics, as I do, and I appreciate it even more having worked with many great athletes.

There are 33 different sports in which we can watch the best compete for their countries hoping to stand on the podium to receive the bronze, silver, or gold medal.

Do you want to learn from the Olympians how to be the best? Do you know what makes them Masters of Performance and the ability to achieve Greatness?

Here are 7 Lessons they can teach you!
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5 Tips to Survive & Thrive This Summer

Are you wondering how you will survive the summer and avoid burnout or a slump OR are you excited counting the days until vacations start and life gets back to normal?

If you are going to focus on work or sports, you may want to develop a plan for the summer months that will minimize disruption and maximize your opportunities during the hot season.

With a bit of forward planning, you can make your summer sizzle with great results.
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5 Strategies to Stay Pumped and Focused during Pandemic

Living in a pandemic right now is something that is a little scary and has definitely changed people’s focus. When things will return to what was familiar and normal is an unknown.

People’s lives have been altered, businesses have shut down, social calendars are empty, and playing sports halted. Roles have also changed, parents have become teachers to help their children learn online, commuters roll out of bed into their home office, and smiling faces are covered by masks. Activities like travel and socializing, which brought people joy and happiness, have been taken away. With the limitations and the distractions, stress levels have increased and the future impact of this is unimaginable.
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Do you Feel Loved and Appreciated - 5 Love Languages

Do You Feel Loved & Appreciated?

February is the month of Love and some will celebrate romance on February 14th, Valentine’s day. Do you?

I’m a romantic at heart so I like to plan something even for my co-workers or my teams. I value my team and want them to feel appreciated. Can you feel the love at work or with others?

We all experience love – or let’s say for work or from a team perspective, we can experience appreciation. Everyone has different ways that they feel appreciated at work or on a team.
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Managing Holiday Stress

Managing Through the Holiday Chaos

Holiday stress can bring many joys and celebrations. It can also bring headaches and heartache. Some embrace it and welcome the hectic pace; parties and gift-giving, while others may hibernate and avoid it.

This year may be different than any other year before as the COVID-19 pandemic has put a halt on the holiday celebrations and getting together as we have in the past.

Each person experiences this time differently; some laugh and love, while others yell or cry.​

For those feeling stressed during this busy time, I’d like to share some tips and advice so that you can put stress to the test and deal with it. I use stress almost like an antibody and instead of letting it stop me in my tracks, I look at it as an energizer and develop a plan to conquer it.

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Leading Effectively During Times of Change

The one thing we all know that is guaranteed to happen is change. 2020 has been filled with change in people’s work and home lives. Changes we never thought we’d experience.

Take a look around and see all the changes that have happened and are occurring right now. Politicians are changing roles, some bosses and employees are changing positions – Teammates and coaches are figuring out how to maneuver through these times, even the seasons are changing.

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10 steps to cope with change

10 Steps to Manage and Cope with Change

September is here and changes are happening once again. People are gradually going back to work and the kids are going back to school, be it online or in the classroom.

The one thing that is constant in life is change. 2020 has brought changes that many were not prepared for or were uncertain of how to handle or manage.

Having steps to help you manage through future change can help you stay focused, calm and come out feeling in control. Below are my 10 steps for coping with change in your life. Continue reading