When we conjure up an image of a leader in business, we might see the stereotypical strong, results-oriented driver, the win at all costs, take no prisoners, bottom-line boss. According to a research team at Cornell University studying leadership styles, the problem with this is that harsh, hard-driving, executives actually diminish the […]
This is the first of a series of articles describing how I use some basic hypnotic concepts and techniques in coaching students, athletes, and clients referred by M.D.’s for issues like pre and post- surgical coaching, chronic pain relief, and accelerated recovery after surgery.
My practice centers around […]
Recently I have been watching the NETFLIX series “The Crown,” a dramatic and intimate look at the ascension of Queen Elizabeth II and the challenges she faced as an emerging leader. Historically it is a fascinating and revealing portrayal of court life, a behind the scenes look at the choice leaders […]
By Sue Engelhart
If you start thinking about your marketing objectives and budget when you see the local ad salesperson walking in the door or when sales aren’t up to par, don’t feel alone. For many entrepreneurs and small businesses, marketing is something that gets done “when there’s time,” but sporadic marketing leads to sporadic results.
Language is a funny thing, on the surface both of the phrases above have similar meanings, however; underneath there is a world of differences. Imagine a world where you never had to make another decision. What does that feel like? (Of course the act of putting a label on the feeling could […]