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Coach Shari: It's Just Common Sense PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shari Goldsmith   
Thursday, 19 April 2012 11:16

Coach Shari: It's Just Common Sense
This week, our resident life coach talks about the obvious and explains how common sense things are all too often overlooked. Learn the tools you need to turn that around, and maybe smell some roses in the process.


Anytime I get the chance to share my thoughts with other women on how to become sassy, I'm one happy girlfriend! I was lucky enough to give a presentation to a group of awesome businesswomen with Key4women at Key Bank yesterday. Of course, I discussed the six steps to finding your inner sass— which was an extension of some of the principles that are presented in my book "31 Days to Finding Your Inner Sass." I presented 6 key topics that are absolutely essential to happiness and success in your professional and personal life. I covered things like knowing your strengths, risk and change, communication skills, firm boundaries, baggage in your life and problem solving.

 

After the presentation, a woman came up to me and thanked me for sharing the information. And then she said, "You know, everything you talked about is just common sense. There's nothing you spoke about that I already didn't know." I agreed with her wholeheartedly and told her that I was very aware of that fact. After I left the event, I spent the evening thinking about this.

 

In life, we get into our daily routines and go about our business. Often, we are so busy that we can't see straight. We run from one meeting to the next, to picking up the dry cleaning, to picking up the kids, to running to the store, to running home to make dinner. We're on overdrive and we've become quite proficient at getting as many things done at one time as possible. But the problem with this is the following: when we are running at such high speed and trying to fit everything into our schedule, we often miss the obvious.

 



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