Feb 12 2019

Go deeper with your goals, versus wider

posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals, Self Help

We are often encouraged to set goals for ourselves, so we come out of a situation with something.  Research & due diligence has been done by many to understand how to make our goals clearer and measurable so we get results.  S.M.A.R.T. objectives are a great example of how one can create a goal to

Jan 22 2019

Leadership + Feelings = Real LEADERSHIP

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills, Living Fundamentals, Self Help

When we consider leadership presence there are several different areas to consider. As I outline them, my guess is that you will nod yes in agreement: How you think How you communicate How you act/ interact/react   There is an area I haven’t listed that in my opinion doesn’t get enough spotlight, and it comes

Nov 20 2018

A Welcome Perspective on Healing

posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals, Self Help

Confession: This quote I’m about to share I have no history on.  I read it once on social media and took a screen shot of it.  In the last month, I’ve read it three times.  Three times typically suggests to me, “share this with more people”.  So here I am ;0) I’ve looked the quote

Nov 6 2018

What does YOUR BEST mean?

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills, Living Fundamentals, Self Help

Through reading one of Brene Brown’s books, she taught me something about “my best” that I taught a girlfriend today. Through sharing it with my friend, and her response, my heart suggested it was worth sharing with you. I’d love to tell you which of Brene’s books I learned this from yet, when you have

Sep 19 2018

How about WINNING at the finish Line!

posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals, Self Help

The first time-management course I participated in was 20ish years ago.  I was working at an amazing company (then called S&MG, now called Mosaic Group) that consistently held in-house courses and seminars to improve employee performance skills. In this time-management session, adapted from the writings of Stephen Covey, we were asked to consider what we