What does it mean to be the HappyIST, to always see the bright side, or to be optimistic? Is that enough or is being our HappyIST shared when we serve others around us? Make one of your New Years Resolution to be the HappyIST!
Many of us would say that our relationships matter the most and yet our noses are stuck in our phones and people know us like the top of our heads. Here are some thoughts about being present with my kids and others I love. I want them to know my smile, and they way I looked them in the eyes and NOT that my hair is thin and they can see my scalp. 😉
This is something that I have added to my resolutions for the New Year!
Working with professionals and organizations all over the country I’m surprised (or maybe I shouldn’t be) how many people will pull me aside and say, “What if I hate my job?” I’m starting to talk more about this when I consult with the leadership team. And in this video I share the two choices you have if your truly hate your job.
On this very special episode of Make It Happen with Michelle McCullough the tables are turned. Join special guest host Tiffany Peterson as we learn about Michelle’s new book “The Make It Happen Blueprint” and three principles you need to know NOW to take your life to the next level.
This video, The Plastic Bag Principle, has been 10+ years in the making. When I started speaking on motivation and leadership I shared this story. 4 years ago I wanted to make it into a narrative video and I stalled. Last year I committed to my Marketing Blueprint Workshop attendees that I would have it done in a year.
As I often teach my own clients, accountability is an incredible driving force. it may not be “perfect” but it’s done! And quite frankly, I’m proud of it and excited to share it with you!
You know I love my Make It Happen mantra…but I also know that sometimes life is just rough. In this video I share some hope about those down moments. But how do you do it? I’d love to hear what you do when Make It Happen doesn’t work in your life.
This segment on KSL Browser 5.0 is for all the women professionals who don’t feel “heard” in their organizations. In this few minutes, I share three things you can do to speak up and make a difference at your place of business.
There is a fun YouTube series that provides fun,honest, inspiring kitchen table style chats about real life for real moms called The Momoir Series. It will have tips, ideas, question expectations and give voice to modern mom life. With it’s interview style, each chat takes on a certain topic or notion, and of course, includes side notes and funny stuff because that’s mom-life for real. And guess what? Yours truly is featured in this week’s video! We take a good look at “failure” and how to embrace it as a teacher and even a blessing!
Check it out and leave a comment & a like! I would love to know what you think! I know Lynn Bodnar (creator of the Momoir Series) would also appreciate your feedback!!