By DeAnne Pearson, M. Ed, Career Coach Recently I attended a family member’s retirement party after 39 years with the city of Waco. It was my first time attending a retirement party ever. I haven’t been invited to another one. No, I did not … [Read more...] about Everyone is an Entrepreneur: How to Take Control of Your Career
Starting a new project is always exciting, as is seeing a project across the finish line, but the muddy middle can be the most challenging. When you're in the midst of a project, it's easy to get bogged down by the details and lose motivation. … [Read more...] about The Muddy Middle
My dad used to say, “Don’t forget to use your coconut!” That was his way of reminding me to use my head to gather information, look at the facts, and measure my data for the best possible outcome, along with how I feel or intuit a situation. Over the … [Read more...] about Toxic Work Culture
The "Yes, and..." concept is a powerful tool used in the world of Improvisational Theater, and it has applications far beyond the stage. In Improv, each actor is expected to take the cue from other actors as true and build on it rather than shutting … [Read more...] about Say “Yes” to Possibilities
For many adults with ADHD, including myself, time can feel like a foreign concept. As a result, we might struggle to keep track of time, lose track of time, or find it difficult to estimate how long things will take. This phenomenon is known as time … [Read more...] about Time Blindness and Me
I recently received a fancy-wrapped gift from a dear friend, which wasn’t anything I ever expected. However, it reminded me of a story I heard as a child. Once upon a time, there were two children. Each was given a golden key and asked … [Read more...] about Where there is poop, there is a pony.