Posts Tagged: relationships

busy meeting burnout

How Lack of Boundaries Leads to Burnout

As a coach I work with a variety of leaders (from mid-level managers to high-ranking executives), helping them to reduce their stress, recover from burnout, improve work-life balance and operate more effectively.

Time after time, after I do a little digging, a core problem emerges. Their lack of boundaries with coworkers or clients is stealing prime …Continue Reading »

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Communication Skills: How and When to Speak Up

Communication skills are the key to successful, healthy relationships. Do you find it hard to speak up for yourself? Are you afraid of what might happen if you say how you really feel?

If you spent a lot of your life around unsafe people, at some point you probably decided that it’s better to stay silent …Continue Reading »

How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Other People

Who are the people you frequently compare yourself to?

If you’re not sure, try asking yourself this: Who have you compared yourself to in the last 24 hours?

It might help to think of the last time you checked your Facebook or Instagram feed. Did any updates from other people make you feel envious, or make you feel as if your …Continue Reading »

If You Set a Boundary, Expect to Deal With Anger

If you’re like me, setting boundaries can be a scary thing. Perhaps you, too, learned very early on that insisting on a fair boundary got you in trouble, or got you yelled at, or was guaranteed to get you in someone’s bad books (and once you were in the bad books, it was very hard …Continue Reading »

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