Personal Development

4 Time Management Tips for Getting Things Done

By Elizabeth Borelli / April 17, 2019

Recently I attended a women’s esteem workshop for coaches.  At the end of the day-long intensive, the facilitator asked each of the attendees to share their most powerful takeaway.  I was surprised to hear a consistent refrain:  the challenge of upholding personal boundaries for better time management. It seems regardless of how up to speed…

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Three Simple Ways to Make Your Goals a Reality

By Elizabeth Borelli / April 8, 2019

Is there someone in your life (maybe even you) who always talks about that thing they know they should do, yet somehow it never seems to happen? Maybe it’s making a career change, getting a handle on finances or maintaining a regular exercise routine. Whatever that “should” looks like, the reason is always the same;…

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7 Career Goal Confidence Hacks

By Elizabeth Borelli / February 27, 2019

Experts know, the biggest key to building confidence is taking action!  Yet it’s a chicken and egg problem, if you’re not feeling confident, it’s hard to put yourself out there. We all know how important networking is to landing your next career opportunity.  That said, I frequently work with people who aren’t ready to dive…

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4 Barrier-Busting Tips for Reaching your Potential

By Elizabeth Borelli / February 14, 2019

Raising children takes a special blend of hands-on management and learning to let go, sometimes simultaneously.  In my 16 years of parenting, I can’t say I’ve really perfected this balance. It was during one of those “parenting true confessions” conversations that a friend mentioned he’d (miraculously in my opinion) managed to keep from dropping the…

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10 Ways to Boost Confidence in 30 Minutes or Less

By Elizabeth Borelli / January 3, 2019

After spending an awe-inspiring weekend workshop with acclaimed author Martha Beck, I now know the solution to many of our greatest life-challenges is often the opposite of what society tells us. Where we believe we need more: money, stuff, attention; these external rewards don’t ultimately lead to lasting happiness. Sometimes less is more. On that…

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Taking risks, letting go and reaching your goals in 2019!

By Elizabeth Borelli / January 3, 2019

For some people passing the middle age mark feels challenging.  I’ll admit that sometimes I’m one of them. Yet for me, one of the best things about getting older is the ability to take a step back and look at my stuff, and I don’t mean my tea collection.   It’s safe to say that…

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Match the Right Career Opportunities with a Resume that Clicks

By Elizabeth Borelli / December 14, 2018

It’s time; you’re ready to step up to your potential and start the search for hot new career opportunities. You’ve updated your resume, now you’re scanning the job boards daily for new positions that sound like a great fit for your skillset. The moment you spot something compelling, you’re on it, tweaking your resume as needed…

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Discouraged With Your Job Search? Try This Simple Practice

By Elizabeth Borelli / October 13, 2018

One of the biggest challenges my clients face during a career shift is maintaining their confidence.  In my experience, the number one confidence-killer in the job search process is the lack of feedback. Does this sound familiar?  You’re scrolling through the job boards, dazed at the sheer number of bad fits, and suddenly you spot something interesting. …

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5 Tips to Stop Comparing and Start Connecting

By Elizabeth Borelli / September 18, 2018

What’s wrong with a little comparison?  Comparing yourself to others can feel like the most natural thing in the world.  How else will you know where you stand in life, or what to strive for? The problem with using comparison as our metric is that sometimes we’ll walk away feeling smug or at least satisfied,…

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Trapped by Self-Doubt? Rewrite your story!

By Elizabeth Borelli / September 13, 2018

Recently I attended a workshop with a small group of business leaders. We were seated in a circle, each asked to share an example of a risk we took that paid off. For some reason, I was caught completely off guard by this request. After the first person shared her experience of winning a Caldecott Award,…

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