Blog Category: Productivity
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...

The Trouble With “No”

The Trouble With “No”

The trouble with “no” is we keep saying “yes” to everything. We reply yes to phone calls, text messages, emails as they arrive. We say yes to volunteering for new projects, tasks, whatever comes...

Ten Steps To An Effective Meeting

Ten Steps To An Effective Meeting

Our time is a valuable, limited resource; and we need to use it wisely. The following ten tips will create an effective and productive meeting that stays focused and on point, with an engaged and...

What’s on my plate?

What’s on my plate?

So many details competing for attention—meetings, emails, projects…and so little time. It is discouraging, overwhelming, and disheartening.  No matter how hard we try, we can never, ever get it all...

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
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