Author, Creator of YourCourageousLife.com
Kate Swoboda is the author of the Courageous Living Program, founder of the Courageous Coaching Training Program and creator of
YourCourageousLife.com, where she defines courage as feeling afraid, diving in anyway and transforming. Swoboda was deemed by Greatist as one of the top 50 bloggers making a difference in fitness, health and happiness.
The problem with many plans is that they depend on your changing your life to match what someone else says will work, rather than your understanding yourself well and deciding to budget your time accordingly.
With the new year approaching, it's customary to make a vow to pursue the most enlightened best practices. But what about jettisoning all the time sinks and things you'd rather kiss goodbye?
Consider these five ways that you may be unconsciously sending signals to employees, partners and clients about your agenda.
Launching a Business
Hey, remember me? It's your body, encouraging you to obtain proper rest and nutrition in the run-up to that big project.
Some workplaces have moved beyond considering whether employees can share their emotions at work. Demonstrating true feelings may lead to better teamwork and breakthroughs.
Effective workplaces are all about enhanced productivity but, hey, breathing should be part of the mix.
Forget about doing a major overhaul of your life. Just try these strategic approaches.
Should your company falter, here's how you can get it back on track.
Anyone can learn how to access intuition and make better calls.
Working in a collaborative space? Don't just hunker down and get to work. Meet people and grow your business.
Stave off a business slump. Steer clear of a rut by seeking new inspiration with these four approaches.
Implementing strong client boundaries helps keep everyone focused.
It's awkward, but knowing how to say adieu to a problem customer can make all the difference.
Should you stay or should you go? Here's how to tell whether you should keep working with that client.
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