Perpetual forward motion refers to the idea of continuously moving forward, without ever stopping or slowing down. While it may seem like an exhausting concept, there are several compelling reasons why perpetual forward motion could be a desirable state: Continue reading The Case for Being in Perpetual Forward Motion
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INGRID CAROZZI: FROM JOB HOPPER TO RENOWNED FLORAL DESIGNER
Ingrid Carozzi is one of the premier floral artists in New York City. But, her very successful career path was anything but direct, having held jobs as a flight attendant, English teacher, croupier, waitress, and public relations associate. She tried five different college programs, none of which provided the academic spark to light an ideal career destination. But, a chance encounter would set her on a trajectory to career success and personal fulfillment.
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What’s your career “moment of truth?”
The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville is one of the world’s preeminent listening rooms that has gained worldwide recognition as a songwriter’s performance space hosting the likes of Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, John Hiatt, Kathy Mattea, Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill and Vince Gill. The tiny, legendary club is alive with conversation and comradery until it’s time to perform. Continue reading What’s your career “moment of truth?”
14 Effective Strategies For Coaches Looking To Grow Their Business
As a coach, an essential part of one’s business is to help people or companies meet and surpass their goals. However, just like carpenters can ironically have the worst furniture, coaches might find themselves fueling others’ success and ignoring their own.
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10 Lessons From The Music Industry On How To Rise Up In The Gig Economy
Midway through my decade as a producer, songwriter, engineer, performer, and artists and repertoire executive for London Records during the height of the British wave, I was an analog guy struggling to escape the undertow of receding vinyl LPs, 24-track tape machines, cassettes and 8-tracks as CDs and digital recording were quickly revolutionizing the recording business. But, as I reflect back on the 70s a half-century later, and the fact that according to Intuit, 43% of Americans are projected to be working in the gig economy by next year, the success lessons I learned from music while “gigging” are timelessly relevant to the emerging future of independent gig work.
Elizabeth Suarez on DESIGN YOU with Dr. Garrison Leykam
Elizabeth Suarez is a management consultant and expert in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Leadership. She is highly regarded as an author, speaker, facilitator, coach, strategist, trainer and mediator with an expertise in providing an amicable environment where difficult issues can be successfully addressed and resolved. Continue reading Elizabeth Suarez on DESIGN YOU with Dr. Garrison Leykam
Marc Emmer on DESIGN YOU with Dr. Garrison Leykam
Marc Emmer is an author, speaker and consultant . He is recognized as a thought leader throughout North America and an expert in strategic planning. Marc recently published his second book, Momentum: How Companies Decide What To Do Next. He founded Optimize Inc., a California-based consulting firm in 2002 and has grown an impressive client list that includes public companies such as CB Richard Ellis, Justice Stores (formerly Limited Too), Superior International and mid-market companies in a diverse range of industries including financial services, health care, technology and energy. Continue reading Marc Emmer on DESIGN YOU with Dr. Garrison Leykam