Think of decisions instead as "best" in the moment, and "adjustable" if necessary. You can trust yourself and be all in - just decide.
Sometimes, it's hard to kick down the intensity of your thoughts in these crazy times. So stop trying. Do this instead!
You have to be willing to feel the discomfort of growth and risk in order to achieve the levels of performance you seek.
Does anyone else feel like they're constantly on the defensive? External circumstances are thrust upon us. We respond as best as we can. Let me offer an alternative to being on the defensive: being more proactive. Being proactive actually doesn't take more energy than being passive or reactive. The energy you use in being proactive… Continue reading Being proactive in uncertain times
You need a crystal clear roadmap to your next promotion. Without it, you're floating around aimlessly, hoping for lightning to strike.
No experience? Transferable skills not enough? There's one other thing you can do to get in the door.
As you might know, Aurelian Coaching regularly provides career and management guidance through various media channels (Reader's Digest, Medium, Girlboss, the USAToday network, and more). I have a few new ones to report, this time via UpJourney. Check them out below! https://upjourney.com/phone-interview-tips https://upjourney.com/how-to-end-a-professional-email
Many leadership articles discuss how to communicate with and effectively manage the millennials. But what about managing an age gap in the other direction? How should millennial managers supervise someone older - maybe much older? There can be a decades-wide spread between a manager and a direct report. Awkward, uncomfortable, even upsetting? Most of the… Continue reading Big age gaps between managers and direct reports
I had a few clients who were expressing sentiments such as: "I'm not feeling like myself," or, "I'm just not how I used to be on the job," or, "I'm not really feeling it anymore, and I don't know why." They attribute these feelings to no longer being challenged at work, or having no growth… Continue reading The learning cycle at work