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Need Gift Ideas?

Need gift ideas? A bit stressed? Look no further! 👀 This gifting package is perfect for everyone on your list (over the age of 14). It’s literally one size fits ALL: trendy/traditional, tall/short, outgoing/introspective. And it fits your budget too! 💲 The long and interesting “what are your ‘top 5’ strengths?” convos are included at […]

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Social Butterfly

Be Authentic This Holiday Season!

So, ya wanna be a social butterfly this holiday season? If so, ya wanna WOO ’em. (WOO is #strengths-talk for Winning Others Over!) I’ve got a solution to this sticky situation! See below. ⬇️ But in case you’re short on time, I’ll cut to the chase. The Bad News☹️: Sorry, but unless you have WOO in your […]

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Connect, Grow, and Transform: Get Your Team Out of the Box

  Working from home can be a grind. For many teams who are accustomed to working alongside one another, this unprecedented time of working from home due to COVID-19 has come with a high price tag. The price has been felt in a variety of ways: increased stress, increased loneliness, decreased engagement at work, and […]

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The JoyPowered Workplace Podcast – Tips for Leaders

A huge thank you to JoDee Curtis and Susan White for having me on their podcast. We touched on how I came up with the acronym FRESH (that I explain in greater detail in “FRESH Leadership: 5 Skills to Transform You and Your Team”) and also discuss few of the things I am always game to chat […]

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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 really has her work cut out for her this time.” If you had attended this meeting with me, you would have looked around and correctly […]

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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 to answer them and end up underwhelming their interviewers. When I work with individuals who are prepping for an interview, they usually moan when I […]

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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 the concept of flow. It got me to thinking. What do I know about flow? How often am I in a state of flow? I […]

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