Workplace Wisdom

How to handle the times when work, well…to put it bluntly, just sucks.

What If 2021 Is My Best Year Ever!

What If 2021 Is My Best Year Ever!

2020 has been the most long-drawn-out year I have ever experienced, not only challenging because of Covid-19 but mentally exhausting and stressful.  Many suffer from Pandemic fatigue, feeling...

New Normal Requires New Habits

New Normal Requires New Habits

Habits – Routines – Rituals We live in a wacky, wonky world, and healthy, positive habits can mean the difference between order and chaos, ease and burden, or success and failure. Nathaniel Emmons,...

Measuring for Career Success

Measuring for Career Success

Measuring for Career Success Lord Kelvin, a mathematical physicist, once said: "When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you...

Time To Reconnect With Our Inner Joy!

Time To Reconnect With Our Inner Joy!

Time To Reconnect With Our Inner Joy This year is almost half over, and it feels like a lifetime has passed! These last few months have been grim, frightening, and uncertain. Luckily, States are...

Tackling Goals Can Be Exciting!

Tackling Goals Can Be Exciting!

When Setting Goals, Sustain the Momentum by Creating a Picture of the End Result!  If you want results, you must keep your focus on your end game. With all the requests, agreements, commitments, and...

Sticking To The Basics

Sticking To The Basics

Keeping It Basic Jim Rohn, author of "What It Takes: Lessons in the Pursuit of Excellence," once said, "Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently...

End of Year Debrief

End of Year Debrief

Each year I update my End of Year Debrief as a reminder to savor your accomplishments during this year and prepare for next year. This year has been a blur! Because we can get mired down in all the...

I would recommend Chris to People on the Autism Spectrum in Interviewing for a Job

I was having a lot of first and second job interviews, but no job offers. My interview prep coach, Chris Sier, helped me prepare succinct answers to commonly asked situational questions and share how I utilized my strengths and learned from my mistakes.  Using Skype, Chris taught me how to show confidence while interviewed by using my body language successfully. Shortly after, I got a job!

I would recommend Chris because of her empathetic understanding to people on the Autism Spectrum.  It was her concise but natural techniques that pulled me over the finish line.  She has a wide breadth of knowledge, and it showed in our coaching session.

Thank you, Chris!!!

Scott McLaughlin
Desktop Support, CA