Category Archives: StrengthsFinder

June 7, 2018 – Find Your Strengths

I am honored to be speaking about Finding Your Strengths at the Successful Women Made Here event on June 7 from 9 a.m. -11 a.m. Please check your calendars and sign-up using…

The Secret to Getting Unstuck

Last week I presented to a corporate group about getting unstuck. It was a great group of people. You certainly wouldn’t have walked into the meeting and thought “Well, Sarah…

Are you prepared for your next interview?

It takes less than a minute to Google “Most frequently asked interview questions.” Despite the few seconds that are required to complete this task, many interviewees come to interviews unprepared…

Never Underestimate Your Strengths

There’s a saying in my house . . . never, ever, underestimate your competition. With that said, and with those words firmly ingrained in my mind, I can more readily…

Defining “flow” is not easy

Last week I was in Chicago presenting to a number of small groups with a great friend and colleague, Joanie Muench. Among other duties, I was in charge of discussing…

Some people love to problem solve

Are you a natural-born problem solver or do you have a go-to person in your office who can answer an array of questions? While many of us shy away from…

Creative problem solvers rule.

Are you the person who questions “why we continue to do things the way we’ve always done them?” Are you inspired by issues that have ambiguity and require thinking outside…

The benefits of a curious mind . . .

Is curiosity a gift or a curse?  When parents are riddled by questions from their insistently inquisitive children, the answer may seem like the later. But research shows that inquisitive…

Wisdom comes to those who appreciate the unique qualities found in self and others.

Do you know what makes you unique? If “no” is your answer, this issue can be quickly fixed. Take the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment and find out. The chances that anyone…

Competition starts . . . and ends . . . with you.

In my book, Unstuck at Last: Using Your Strengths to Get What You Want, I come clean about my competitive nature. While a male author might have chosen to brag…