Learnings from Jen Sincero, Tim Ferriss, Leah Keller, Courtney Carver, and Simon Sinek.
Here's why I am so passionate about helping people articulate their strengths.
When have you ever sat down with someone objective to identify your unique talents and strengths? Here's how it could change how you work.
Reading Lean In on my sabbatical was not ideal timing, but it certainly made an impression.
I never used to notice whether I was inhabiting the “present” or the “future.” Coaching has taught me the importance of finding balance between these two.
In the end there was no one trick or piece of knowledge or special drug that solved my problems.
Xylia Buros shares her experience of becoming a digital nomad, as well as tips for others who want to try out a lifestyle that allows them to work while they travel the world.
Take your career -- and happiness -- to the next level. Find the intersection between what you're good at, what you love, and what the world needs.
The Rolling Stones were right: You can't always get what you want. But you should still ask.
Crossing the threshold of a big new life change isn't easy. Here's some reinforcement for you.
Four baby steps to see if starting your own business is really right for you.
How to ride life's biggest waves.
Why to make it a practice to journal regularly -- and my tips for getting started.
The decision to take extended time off will force you to challenge your ideas about what success is to you.
When "positive thinking" doesn't work, try this instead.
Do money choices stress you out? Use these DIY steps for a greater sense of peace and empowerment with your money.
Deep down, you're still you -- and have access to your natural self-confidence. Here's how.
As our new puppies seem to suggest, what if the end-all, be-all to self-development is about knowing how to play?
What can you do right now to move toward one of your big life goals?
You've generously stepped up to care for someone in need. Here's how to take care of you.
It's time to have a talk. Here are my top tips for going in with clarity and confidence.
Lisa Alfano took a sabbatical at age 52 and has gone on to re-establish herself in Portland, Oregon, and become a competitive triathlete. "Do not listen to anyone who tells you that you are having a midlife crisis," she says. "Follow the voice of your soul; she will never steer you wrong."
My best advice for how to get yourself into the "zone," day after day, so you can really reach your biggest creative goals.