This episode explores the balance between honoring people and expanding professional opportunities in the context of networking. I also share my best advice for approaching networking events if you dread or dislike them.
Learn how saving more money isn’t always the answer and what’s possible when you look at something as an experiment. Stephen Warley also explains his belief that the nature of work is changing.
Today John and Alene Gabriel talk about how she quit her corporate job to go out on her own as a coach and how John is pursuing a similar, but different path.
This episodes looks at how I use Trello to manage my tasks and todos.
If you want to have the best coaching session possible, prepare an agenda in advance. Not sure what to put on your agenda? Here are some ideas.
You’re thinking about holding and facilitating a meeting. Here are some questions to determine if it is a good idea and how to plan for success.
Asking one question is more powerful than asking three. Creating a new blog post is often better than polishing an old one.
I recently installed a new dishwasher and here’s what I learned that will hopefully save you more than $150.
John and Alene Gabriel talk about how to manage our inner critics and the benefits of having your own board of advisors.
Today John examines an article titled “Why project managers need to lose control” by Jason Coghlan from opensource.com. John mostly disagrees with this notion, believing that ownership across the team is more important.
This episode takes an in-depth look at the book Life on Purpose by: How Living For What Matters Most Changes Everything by Victor Strecher.
One of my favorite moments as a project manager was when two people told me it was impossible to draw a picture of all the people working the project. Here’s how I did it.
This episode shares the highlights John found in the book Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success by Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness.
In this conversation, John and Alene reflect on their experiences with Co-Active coaching, the things they are learning as coaches and what leadership means.
Sometimes the best next step is simply to start, even if it isn’t the perfect next step.