Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things we go through, and when the loss involves a parent or other close family member, going back to your normal schedule can seem nearly impossible. Learning how to cope with and manage your grief is important during this time, especially if you have children who are depending on you to be strong.Read More
On December 19, 2017, I am a motivational speaker for the Town of Sylvan Lake, Alberta All Staff Meeting.Read More
When we're in a lousy job, we tend to blame it on others ( our manager, coworkers) and the organization.Read More
We can disagree with others without being sucked into negativity or confrontation. With a little practice, we can learn to channel our emotions and steer away from the argument about who's right and wrong and remain neutral.Read More
Minimize regrets and maximize enjoyment by striving for continual improvement.
Motivational speaker and thought leader Mark Sanborn author of the Potential Principle suggests that many people know how good they’ve become but don’t know how good they could be.
His book suggests that people enjoy enough success that they begin to become complacent. 60 percent of people have a commitment to get better but only 30 percent have a plan. In his new book, Sanborn wants to help people bridge that gap.Read More