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Jun, 10 2016 6:07 PM
Carol Sachowski
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Co-authored By Elaine Sigurdson

The Millennial Generation has a bad rap. You know the stereotypes: lazy, spoiled young adults who live with their parents. They’re only out for themselves, and they have no concept of loyalty.

But are these stereotypes true? What do Millennials value? Since they’re a growing...

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Jun, 10 2016 5:59 PM
Carol Sachowski
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For team coaching to work, every member of the team has to be willing to change and accept responsibility for his or her part in the problem. Sometimes though, a team member is unwilling to change. For whatever reason they are consistently working against the team’s goals. In those cases...

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Jun, 10 2016 5:44 PM
Carol Sachowski
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My journey into personal development work started in high school, with reading the early works of Dr. Leo Buscaglia.  Over the years I’ve read countless widely known and unknown authors from all over globe that speak in various ways to human kindness; kindness to self, kindness to others.  While being...

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Jun, 8 2016 5:57 PM
Carol Sachowski
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When a team is having difficulties, it is easy to play the blame game . It’s all pointed fingers and “You did this!” and “You didn’t do that!” Those pointed fingers are a great sign that the team is not being mutually accountable. Every member of the team has to...

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Jun, 1 2016 5:54 PM
Carol Sachowski
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The power of words, if not followed up with actions, is just a lot of noise.

The power of actions, as a result of words, shows credibility. Intentions are behind the words we choose.

Values drive our intentions.

In any context, whether it is...

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May 2016


May, 25 2016 5:48 PM
Carol Sachowski
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For those in the market for a coach, the selection process is as varied as those that are looking.  Some individuals believe that they’d be best served working with someone ‘like them’ – a fellow industry professional who has been in their shoes.  Others actively search for a coach that...

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May, 25 2016 5:41 PM
Carol Sachowski
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So much is said about time management. I’d like to focus on energy management and how it’s linked to our personalities. Take a second to consider these questions: at the end of a long day or week , how do you recharge your energy? Why is this important to your...

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May, 18 2016 5:38 PM
Carol Sachowski
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I’m curious by nature. Most of us are.  And what I’m most curious about is what drives us as individuals; what makes us uniquely ‘us’.  Recently, while being interviewed for an article, the opportunity arose for me to turn the table and interview the interviewees!  The result is an illustration...

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May, 11 2016 5:35 PM
Carol Sachowski
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I remember meeting a man who did not like networking. He had a distinguished career, had some seniority in his organization and a military background he was proud of. He could be very quiet, and some found him intimidating. His current position involved his attending a lot of conferences and...

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May, 5 2016 1:20 PM
Carol Sachowski
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Truth and voice are as intertwined as rich silk threads used in the weaving of a brocade. Your work to cultivate your own truth requires the crafting of your own voice to bring it to life.

Voice is the desire to articulate our thoughts , where we may or may...

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