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Coaching Celebrities By: Mary Gardner
I've kept the same cell phone number for the past 7-8 years. I've lived in NYC, NC and now Florida and in all that time, I've never changed phone numbers. Nor will I. Sure, it's inconvenient for my mom who lives across town to have to dial a NYC ...
Championing the Child That Has Challenges By: Mary Gardner
The world is screaming for our attention! Every single one of us has more information trying to enter our brains on any given day that at some point we have to just tune it out and say: NO! I'm full for now and I can't take any more! I feel ...
I Always Play by the Rules and It Stinks By: Mary Gardner
This week I coached a wonderfully lovely woman I'll call Jill. She's a bright woman, very compassionate and sweet. She's at one of the corporations where I am an outside consultant/coach. This was our first meeting but within seconds I could tell she had a lot on her mind.. and ...
Educating Your Childs Teachers When He Has Sensory Integration Disorder By: Mary Gardner
My 5 year old child Jeremy was diagnosed with Sensory Integration Disorder this year. Learning to deal with a child with SID has been a challenge. Even more challenging has been teaching his teachers how to work with Jeremy and getting us both to the point where we were bound ...
Organize the Day Before not the Night Before By: Mary Gardner
I've learned a new skill that I've never known before. It has changed the way I do business now and probably forever. It's in the ART of the PLAN.The recruiting business is an old and successful business. There are thousands of companies out there that net billions of dollars every ...
Building a Strong Coaching Practice By: Mary Gardner
As a person who has been around the coaching profession for a number of years, I wish I could say that my practice is full right now. But the fact is that I've been pursuing TV gigs in the last few years and haven't put much emphasis on building my ...
Learn to Anticipate Your Customers Needs By: Mary Gardner
This morning I was having breakfast with my good friend Diane at one of my favorite breakfast nooks. I enjoy the atmosphere there although I've been less than pleased with the customer service so far.This morning when we decided to go to breakfast, my mouth started watering for their delicious ...
All a Man Wants By: Mary Gardner
They say they like a challenge, and they say they like a strong woman. So why is it that many of the challenging and strong women? dine alone?It doesn't seem fair. The women who are competitive, strong, and worthy of the same income that men receive often times lose ...
Sometimes It Just Takes ONE Conversation to Change Your Life By: Mary Gardner
I was thinking this morning about the importance of the profession that I am in. Besides doing various trainings, workshops and consulting, I also coach people. Coaching is a profession that continues to develop but it originally came out of the self help industry. Many of the first coaches were ...
Sales Skills for the Non Sales Professional By: Mary Gardner
Have you ever wondered how in the heck you're going to do it? You are a lawyer who wants to make partner, an accountant, an engineer or other professional and part of your business plan is that you have to attract business customers? You've always detested selling, and you can't ...
Making a Cold Call Fun By: Mary Gardner
If you are in business in any capacity, you've made cold calls. If you've had to call anyone out of the phone book for any service whatsoever, you've made a cold call.So why are cold calls so HARD for people to make? How come people DRED making cold calls and ...
How To Handle Having Wealthy Friends By: Mary Gardner
Several of my friends are multi-millionaires. On the flip side, several of my friends don't have two dimes to rub together. I fall somewhere in between. Here are a few things I've learned about hanging out with the wealthy.First of all, finding out that someone has money can do ...
Being Ready When a Media Frenzy Hits By: Mary Gardner
The spotlights! The Cameras! The Questions? all pointed at you!!! Are you ready?This is what I dealt with recently when I was on the plane that had the shooting in Miami on the way to Orlando. I was the one who alerted the media within minutes of the shooting since ...
If Your Kids Are Watching Commercials They May Be Learning Bad Manners By: Mary Gardner
I recently saw a national commercial with a family passing the (very well known) butter to each other at the dinner table. I was shocked to see the ad feature a family who each wanted to spread the butter on their bread and they asked to have someone else pass ...
Bad Customer Service Turned Around By: Mary Gardner
It's all in who you know... Or can get to Know!Yesterday I had a customer service issue that warranted my immediate attention. I had ordered a product that I desperately needed that was now about 6 weeks overdue the original back ordered date. I had made numerous calls to both ...
How to Handle Getting Caught Off Guard By: Mary Gardner
I remember the time that I swore to myself that I'd never be caught off guard again. I was in my new job on Capital Hill and it was the first week on the job. My new mentor at the office was the daughter of the other US Senator from ...
Forgiving Yourself is Often the Hardest By: Mary Gardner
Today I flubbed up. Oh, it could have been anything? saying something mean, something unintentional, or doing something or not doing something. The bottom line is that I felt horrible afterwards. And even now, at the end of the day, when I'd like to be recapping my day in my ...
Finding Your Dream Date Sometimes Takes Guts By: Mary Gardner
My husband and I used to live in NYC. WE would often take dog for a walk last night to get her and us exercise. If you've ever lived in NYC, you know there is never any way to know what excitement that you will wander upon. This particular ...
Do Your Doody Curb Your Dog By: Mary Gardner
What a joy it is to be walking through a park or open field these days. The trees! The blue sky! The scenery! THE POOP? Oh yah! You know what I mean!While urban sprawl continues to expand, the actual space we have to roam freely in ...
Jumping Back in the Work Force After a Break By: Mary Gardner
You'd think that in our society there would be allowances for people who chose to take off some time for one reason or another. You'd think that when they were hunting for a job that people would understand some of the personal issues that people have to deal with which ...
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