Mindset Hacks

How to stay true to yourself despite nerves, anxiety or pressure

Imagine it’s a Friday morning. You’re amped up on coffee and the fact that the weekend is around the corner. Heading into a meeting with your manager, you’ve got plans to speak up about an unclear expectation that’s been stressing you out. But five minutes into the meeting… you feel your nerves pulling you into…

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5 Powerful Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Wash Your Hands of 2020 [+ free worksheet!]

Before we jump into today’s blog post, make sure to download the FREE companion worksheet, 2020: Reflect and Reset, right here. It’ll take you through each step of today’s year in review, and help you reflect on all you’ve learned, and all the ways you’ve stretched and adapted in 2020. So grab your free copy…

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How to land your message by getting grounded in your “why”

Here’s the truth: No one else will ever say anything quite like you. Because no one else has, or ever will have, your exact lived experience. No one else holds your specific combination of values. No one else has your particular blend of passions and concerns. And NO ONE else carries the same distinct energy…

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How to calm nerves with one beautifully simple trick

Palms slick with sweat. Heart beating in your throat. Thoughtsracing, pulling you down into a spiral: “Why am I nervous? I’ve prepared for this, and I know what I’m talking about…” You tell yourself to relax, but that just makes you MORE anxious. So what the heck is goin’ on here? And what can you…

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The #1 hurdle to staying present under pressure, and how to overcome it.

Pssst! In today’s post, I’m going to let you in on a little secret… By now, I’ve coached hundreds of kickass individuals to speak more clearly and confidently under pressure. No matter your workplace, title, knowledge, or experience, there is one hurdle we ALL must conquer if we want to improve our speaking skills and…

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How to deal with that pesky (and sometimes mean!) internal chatter

We all know the classic high school stereotype… The queen bee… the most popular girl in school… the girl everyone fears yet everyone wants to be… the mean girl. I mean, remember Regina George? How she’d get Cady at her most open and vulnerable, and then hurl out an insult that was cruel, yes, but…

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