There’s something that’s been bugging me about the coaching industry, and it wasn’t until I recalled an episode of Oprah that I realized that it was. In this episode, Oprah brings on a financial coach to give financial advice to families. One family was an African-American family, and the coach told the mother, Mrs. Bradley, …READ MORE
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Do this to find happiness in your legal career
Almost half of all lawyers are unhappy in their current practice, so why do so few do something about it? That’s a big question, and I’m not going to answer it right now. Instead, I’m going to tell you what you CAN do (and I know you are capable) right now to discover your passion and lead …READ MORE
Hate networking? Read this…
No business is an island, which is why you need business relationships to inspire you, move your business forward, create referral pipelines, and collaborate on projects. So many people that I speak to have anxiety around building business relationships. They KNOW how important it is to create a healthy community of cheerleaders and supporters, but they …READ MORE
How To Find A Job That Doesn’t Suck in 2022 – Black Women Edition
At Legally Bold, we are running the #complimentablackwoman challenge for the entire month of February. Naturally, as a career coach, my participation in the challenge got me thinking about black women and careers. Here are some statistics to consider. Black women, on average work more hours, than white women and men, though we are paid far less. …READ MORE
The Case For Focusing On Multiple Goals At Once
I took the picture below at a Starbucks on January 25, 2019. I had gone there to meet up with Andrea Noel (@anoelcreates) there and she gifted me the amazing piece of art that I’m holding as a thank you for my coaching help. I remember this meeting vividly because that was the day …READ MORE
What Happens After The Great Resignation?
Recently news articles have been popping up everywhere discussing one of the unexpected consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic — the unprecedented rise in employee resignations. Researchers began seeing signs of the Great Resignation (aka the Big Quit) in early 2021. Before that time, U.S. resignation rates hadn’t surpassed 2.4% of the total workforce in 20 years. …READ MORE
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