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Nov 26

Why Putting Ourselves Out There Is Hard

Have you ever wondered why it’s so difficult to “put yourself out there?”   Stepping outside our comfort zone can feel daunting—especially if we’re used to polishing and perfecting. Most people feel at least some discomfort when facing the unknown. It forces us to face fears around what if I fail, what if I can’t […]

Nov 24

Beating Burnout

“Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands.”- HelpGuide.org   Wake up. Eat. Warmup. Workout. Cool down. Eat. Class. Practice. Stretch/ do prehab or rehab. Eat. Class. Homework. Sleep.Wake up and do it […]

Nov 04

It’s Time to Get in the Growth Game

As a very young athlete, I was all about the growth game (even if I didn’t call it that). When I was new to the sport of hockey, all I cared about was learning to do something new every single time I stepped on the ice for practices AND for games! Yet, as I got […]

Nov 03

How to Beat The Pull of The Comfort Zone

As high performers we need to make space for growth because we get satisfaction from seeing ourselves progress and take on new challenges. Knowing this still doesn’t make it easy to embrace growth because it represents change. Often resistance will pop up because our brain doesn’t like change. Our autopilot is set up for the […]

Nov 01

How to Start with Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI)

Just like with psychological safety & trust, diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) sometimes are misunderstood as just a “feel good” strategy that gets pushed to the side. DEI isn’t just a cost. It makes our workplaces better for everyone (which should be enough) but it also has business benefits. Here are a few business benefits […]

Oct 29

Facing Your Fears

Zig Ziglar was the tenth of twelve children in his family, and the youngest boy. When he was six years old, his father died, and his younger sister died two days later. In his early 20’s, he dropped out of college, and took up a job as a salesman for a Cookware company. In 1968, […]

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