Category Archives: Inner Coach

Avoiding Burn-Out

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA We’ve all all had those days when there’s a small voice in the back of our heads that says, “Here’s a quarter, please go call someone who cares.” At that moment you get it that unconditional … Continue reading

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Good Grief

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA This month is all about transition.  Many transitions need to move through a stage of grief.  What’s the difference between “good grief” and a pity party? As a business decision, I closed my massage practice of … Continue reading

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Got Your Big Girl Panties Game On?

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA Put on your Big Girl panties and go for the gold. Women often do business “politics” with pull-up diapers and wonder why they aren’t achieving the goals they set out. I’ve been wondering what the difference … Continue reading

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Learning to breathe

By Gail Z. Martin I’ve heard a lot lately about being mindful so that one doesn’t spend more time working IN the business than ON the business.  Meaning that it’s possible to get so caught up in the daily grind … Continue reading

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Flash your · · · — — — · · ·

By Sheryl Eldene, MBA, MA Before the era of 911, everyone knew the Morse Code for SOS, (· · · — — — · · ·).  Since we don’t use that anymore, I’m giving SOS a new meaning: SIGNS of STRENGTH. Master these 7 Signs of Strength and … Continue reading

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Too busy to notice

By Gail Z. Martin I do a lot of signings in bookstores.  My table is always right up at the door, and I try to greet everyone who comes in with a smile, a free bookmark and a 10 second … Continue reading

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Finding your Sasha Fierce

By Gail Z. Martin If you’re a Beyonce fan, then you know  that according to the star, she’s actually not as “out there” as her stage persona.  In fact, Beyonce psyches herself up for performances by mentally playing a role, … Continue reading

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