Client Success Story with Tracey Watts-Cirino

brain stuff Apr 19, 2021
 

Some of my most popular episodes are the Client Success Stories, and I am sure that this one will be no exception.  Today’s guest, Tracey Watts-Cirino, was a successful 20-year beauty industry leader and small business owner when she decided to hire me to help her figure out why she wasn’t reaching her next-level goals and her true potential.  

On the outside, Tracey appeared to have “all the things” - a long-term happy marriage, two thriving...

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You Talk to Yourself

brain stuff Mar 02, 2021

There are two kinds of people in the world. Those who talk to themselves out loud and those who talk to themselves in their heads. I remember the first time I heard someone talking to themselves out loud. I was a teenager and it was at the grocery store. I thought the woman was talking to me, so I asked her to repeat herself. She wasn't even aware that she was doing it, so she was as confused as I was and didn't answer me. After noticing it that first time, I started paying attention whenever...

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Eliminating Content Creation Frustration with Jen Liddy

brain stuff Feb 22, 2021
 

Today I am joined by Jen Liddy, who is in Syracuse, NY, and is the owner of Jen Liddy Business Coaching & Development. Jen helps coaches, consultants, service providers, small business owners, and online entrepreneurs get off of what she calls the content creation “dreadmill.” 

The pressure to come up with something interesting, entertaining, or informative every single week for your blog, podcast, YouTube, FB Lives, can become overwhelming, but Jen Liddy is a...

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Watch Your Language

brain stuff Nov 12, 2020

I love me some colorful, dramatic language. Witty banter, sarcasm, dry humor, gallows humor, all of it. What I don't love is how so many people make themselves totally stressed out without even being aware of it, simply because of the language they use to describe things. For example, have you ever noticed how often people, especially women, I'm sorry to say, describe a situation that was inconvenient, frustrating, maybe even somewhat infuriating as "horrific"? Or how about describing running...

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