How to Use Annoying Co-workers to Your Advantage

We’ve all had that coworker who does the most. There’s levels to the doing the most game but right now we’ll specifically speak on the office butt-kisser. The one who goes above and beyond and it induces the most epic eyerolls. The coworker who inserts themselves in every situation to keep eyes on them. The coworker who seems to know everyone’s names and what’s happening in their lives. The coworker who seems to be on every project inserting their two sense. The coworker who has something to say about everything regardless of whether they were asked. 

It makes you crazy how despite being so annoying, every opportunity seems to fall into their lap.

It’s infuriating and leaves you wondering if anyone else is just as triggered by this person. There are even days that leave you wondering if anyone is really that genuinely helpful and thoughtful.  Continue reading


7 Personal Approaches to Healthy Living

Living a healthy lifestyle can be a daunting task to tackle. There’s so much information out there and some of it downright conflicting. 

 

Your friend swears bye Keto and HIIT workouts. 

Your boss is a crossfit paleo ride or die. 

Your mom swears by her daily walks and is team green juice. 

 

So many different approaches to healthy living that all come with their own pluses and minuses.  It can be downright overwhelming to decide what works for you and subsequently commit to it.

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That promotion is YOURS, all you need is this…

When it comes to your work, how are you viewing yourself? I’ve noticed a trend in my clients and I have a feeling you might relate. My clients tend to be those overachievers who give 120% to their jobs but unfortunately doubt their worthiness when it comes time to stepping up to the plate and going after those promotions or accolades. It’s all too easy for my overachieving badasses to downplay their work, abilities and honestly how they’re worthy of reaching higher heights in their career. 

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3 Suggestions for Navigating Workplace Drama

Is Susan from accounting in the breakroom bitching about her husband again? Mark talking reckless about Jessica’s performance in yesterday’s meeting? Are those coworkers at it again with the pettiness? Workplace drama is one of those things that’s bound to happen when you put groups of people  together. The mixing of different personalities, backgrounds, values and expectations can create all types of issues in the workplace. It’s important to have patience in each unique situation. Workplace drama is an unnecessary stressor and how you navigate it makes all the difference. At times, work stress can feel unavoidable but I’ve got 3 suggestions to share on navigating workplace drama but first I’ve got some questions for you. 

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5 Ways Meditation Has Improved My Life

I honestly don’t remember when I first tried to meditate on my own but I know my first experience was during a yoga class a decade ago. I remember walking into my first yoga class and there were only 2 other people in the room. Shit. I was wondering how I could leave without anyone noticing but I quickly realized I was already in too deep.

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