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After having three children reach their teens, I gave birth to another baby. My book, The Compliment Quotient: Boost Your Spirits, Spark Your Relationships and Uplift the World.  Anyone who’s birthed a book, coaching business, solopreneur practice knows the hard work and pride! Publicity is priceless Since publicity is not paid advertising, coverage by the […]

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Click on the image Opens in a New WindowDownload the pdf Print it out (looks good in black & white, too) Save it to your computer to print over & again Post on a wall, door, refrigerator, locker, bulletin board– and watch the appreciation magic ripple out!

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It’s so easy to get wrapped up in what’s not working and focus on what’s wrong: “You didn’t….” “You never…” “Why don’t you…” Yet research proves that children need a minimum of three positives for every negative they hear, to develop the self-worth and confidence that takes them forward to success. The simple fact is […]

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Employee relations surveys reveal that many managers and team leaders simply aren’t doing what most experts believe they could be when working with their colleagues and even others.  For example, No matter how well Sharon did on a project, the main–and loudest–feedback she got was when she missed something (no matter how big or small), […]

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Published on 12/18/2013 by in Blog

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As parents begin to settle into school routines, the specter of bullying is not far from our minds. Similar to how we are tasked with teaching our children how to be good citizens, they see us as examples. When it comes to bullying, you can also help them with the way you act. They say […]

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While baseball players, bats and stadiums have evolved – for better or worse—since the mid-1800’s (about when today’s rules were adopted), the game essentially remains as simple as it was when it started. Which is why so many fans love it! And simple—as in easy to understand, as in easy to apply, as in accomplishes […]

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Nothing takes you more out of alignment—and less effective— than leaders who send the message to “Do as I say, not as I do.” The best leaders pull, not push, leading by example. When suggesting that your team consider each other with more empathy then not spending any time truly listening and empathizing with your […]

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Were you glued to the Olympics these past few weeks?  I’d forgotten just how many sports there are featured at the Summer Games. And fascinated both by how different athletes from around the world perform at such similar levels and how slim the margin of success was for the medalists in so many of the […]

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