How to make a vision board.

One of the best ways to kick off the new year is with a vision board. Vision boards allow you to think BIG about your goals & dreams. It's a fun, creative, and inspiring way to get out everything on your heart that you've always wanted to accomplish. I've led several vision board workshops with women across the U.S. and know that there is power behind visually expressing your dreams. So, that's why I've outlined a how to on creating your own Vision Board. Give yourself time and space to do this, ideally when you have at least 1-2 hours to yourself in a quiet space that you feel comfy & cozy in. Here's how it's done. Step-by-step. Ready, set, go! Step 1 : Answer the following questions A. Wha

3 personality tests you'll love.

Getting to know yourself, your likes, your dislikes, your strengths, and weaknesses is a key way to grow in your confidence and your leadership. As a leadership coach and team development coach, I get to help clients learn more about who they are and what they were made to do. Before our first coaching session together I have my clients take one of the three below personality tests. It not only helps me to learn more about my client but it helps them to learn more about themselves too. There are lots of personality tests out there so I wanted to share my top 3 favorites with you that I use with my coaching clients. I'll provides links to take the actual tests and a bit more information about

How to identify your needs.

If you're feeling stressed, overwhelmed, burnt out, exhausted, or just straight up frustrated and ready to make change - try this little tip I'm about to lay on you below. Let me set the stage first. If you're anything like me, I often have no idea what I actually need. I get overwhelmed by my emotions, responsibilities, and to do list that I feel stuck and I don't know how to even move forward. Identifying what you need can be a game changer as far as moving you closer to where you want to be. In order to get where you're going, you first need to identify where you're currently at. Looking at yourself in the mirror is not easy, but it's necessary for growth. As a leadership coach and team d