Ok, full disclosure, I do not have kids.

However, this tip is too good not to share…

I was chatting with my friend, Jennifer Falagario, talking about one of the strategies that I learned in How To Turn Off Work using simple post it notes as a trigger to “check in” and “check out” for the day at your desk.

Then, Jennifer shared with me one of her great secrets of success…

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I just got off a call with a client and was discussing one of the biggest struggles in today’s work environment, which is learning how to separate your work life from your personal life. Over the last five years as I transitioned from an athlete to entrepreneur, I had to learn how to begin setting

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I don’t know about you, but I like to journal a lot. Having dealt with depression after my father took his own life in 2007, plus going through post Olympic depression in 2014, journaling has been a critical tool in my toolbox to get through some very difficult times…

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When you get knocked down, what do you want your comeback story to look like? COVID-19 is causing conferences to be cancelled, anxiety levels are rising, media is reminding us of all the things that are going WRONG and FEAR is rising daily. This might seem crazy, but here’s a short story. — When I

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When my dad fell from a tree and was paralyzed in a hunting accident just a few years from retirement, it’s no surprise that he felt angry, frustrated, and resentful about his situation that he was in. My dad worked his whole life to one day enjoy retirement, only to have something that meant so

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