Remember back to when you were a child? The illusion shows, the magician, and the amazing tricks? They seemed amazing, they were so captivating, and you wished you could do the same. When you were older you learned it was just an illusion, a sleight of hand, but it never quite lost the awe.
Life is a lot like that at times. Especially life within the office. Politics and 'creative chaos.' Nobody ever speaking plainly. Emotions and egos that get in the way of logic, leading to decisions that just don't make any sense at all. That's life, and how it works is almost magical. But it's not magic - it's just an illusion.
Let me help you learn the tricks of the trade. How to phrase things so your boss can finally understand that 100 times 50 does not equal 5. And that doing something 100 times does not magically make the entire process shorter.
Learning the tricks of the trade won't just help you at work. They'll help you at home ... and those relationships are the most important, aren't they?
I'm the right person to help you because everyone needs someone who is strong in the areas they're not so strong – someone who has the credentials to give feedback in a quest for improvement.
I'm the person for you because I've worked for more years than I'd like to admit with senior management and engineers; computer programmers and CEOs; accountants and corporate suites. All the way up and down the corporate ladder ... I've worked with them all. And because I've worked many a year in Human Resources, I've seen what works, what doesn't.
Put my experience to work for you. And improve your skills ... because just like when you were a child, you want to learn the tricks behind the magic.
I promise to tell it to you plain. That plain talking, combined with my complementary experience, will help you improve your skills. It won't be magic. All it will be is practice ... with a new set of eyes and experience to coach you and mentor you and help you learn what you want to learn.
Contact me because you're ready to get to work and turn magic into practice.
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