Why You Need to Fill Your ‘Visibility Bank,’ and Why It’ll Make Your Job More Creative

Why You Need to Fill Your ‘Visibility Bank,’ and Why It’ll Make Your Job More Creative

Remember that 60’s song? Wishin’ and hopin’ and thinkin’ and prayin’, ….. That won’t get you into his arms….. Thanks Dusty Springfield for that song….. Suuuuuper empowering. Now, I’m not saying that you’re sitting at home waiting for the phone to ring……. But it’s possible you’re channeling that 60’s chick energy in you career or business. that you’re […]

Live with Mia: Where’s My Map with Special Guest, Tamara Roy

Ever put off something that scared you? Even your friendly neighborhood empowerment coach does from time to time.
Last week on Live with Mia, I shared a behind the scene look at my 20 minute strategy to get started on a big scary project that you’ve been putting off.

Live with Mia: How to Start When You Are Putting Something Off

Ever put off something that scared you? Even your friendly neighborhood empowerment coach does from time to time.
Last week on Live with Mia, I shared a behind the scene look at my 20 minute strategy to get started on a big scary project that you’ve been putting off.

Bring Your Intuition to Work Day

There’s a thing I do that I call gut listening.

I do it in client meetings when I’m trying to understand what the client really wants and how that might be different from what they are saying. I do it with my Build Yourself+ coaching clients as I seek to understand the challenges they face and to compose personal challenge tasks that will move their goals forward.

Gut listening actually happens in my gut. …

What Got You Here Wont Get You There. Leadership, and Following the Numbers

I recently watched one of those TED talks that helps you see the structural underpinnings that were always there, but invisible to you. Titled, The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get, it features Susan Colantuono, who founded Leading Women, a consultancy that helps companies close the gender gap.

“Dude I was Daring Greatly.” Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

Daring Greatly by Brené Brown starts with a startling premise: That the ability to be vulnerable is actually an expression of courage, not weakness. Brown starts with a quote by Teddy Roosevelt which inspired the book’s name, one I found so compelling I just had to reproduce it in full here: