We’re excited to be heading into our 9th year of the Monday Morning Business Coach!
What is the Monday Morning Business Coach?
For over seven years and running, every Monday morning we've sent out an email containing an executive coaching "nugget"—a simple, practical tip or strategy for you to easily take action on to start off your work week. We use the situations of our clients (anonymously, of course) as well as what we're pondering or reading about to write a short post—we keep it short because we know your life is busy and you need the "quick tips" to solve your problems, help you focus, and move you forward. We're not claiming we can solve every issue, but we aim to give you the knowledge and wisdom to help you find your own power and create the future you want. You can view past posts below.
Why should I subscribe?
It's FREE, and it will go straight to your inbox, so you won't have to look around for it. The post of the week could be just what you need. We always aim to make the MMBC succinct and actionable: the one thing you can do that week to claim your power in your life, work, and community.
How do I subscribe?
Use the form in the right sidebar. You'll be sent an email to confirm; follow the instructions and you'll be on our list for the next week.
As a small business trying to make a larger impact in the world, we'll occasionally send you other emails with useful content or information about our other offerings. If you ever want off the list or aren't finding our posts useful, you can always unsubscribe.
I want more!
We've compiled a whole year of MMBC posts into a workbook, with an added page each week with more specific steps to guide you in applying the strategies in your life. Click here to learn more about our workbook, Claim Your Power.
Knowing what truly matters to you as a manager will increase your effectiveness.
Every day for a kid is a growth point, and the more they know what to expect from their parents, the more successfully they can find their way.
Sharing your gratitude for others can be a game changer.
As you work with your new boss, your leadership matters.
In all business there is a certain amount of collaboration necessary between departments in order to foster organizational results.
Having an awareness of your and your team’s tendencies is an effective way to lead through challenges, build accountability, and create strong teams.
The exciting shift to living a growth mindset involves working toward seeing challenges as learning opportunities rather than threats.
Carol Dweck, a leading researcher of the Growth Mindset concept, explains the research and the power of Growth Mindset in this Tedx talk.
Scientists are learning that our brains continue to grow, expand, build new pathways, and evolve as we experience new events – both pleasant and unpleasant. How great is that?