Author Archives: Martha Duesterhoft

Is Your Phone Time Ready For Prime Time?

I recently conducted some phone interviews and needed to record the dialogue to then translate into scripts for learning videos. Of course, the …

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Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

We all have people in our lives with whom it’s difficult to get along and enjoy. At work, we typically describe this …

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Are You Realizing the Value of Your Values?

What are your values? Can you clearly articulate them? We don’t often have serious conversations about our values and I’ve noticed how …

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The Season Is Changing – Should You?

It’s early October and autumn has officially arrived! I have always appreciated having a change in seasons because it signals something different happening …

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Are You Building Relationships for Life?

I was reminded this week about the importance of building and maintaining relationships with a long-term perspective. What I mean by that …

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3 Tips for Dealing With Emotions at Work

I’ve been working with a client who is facing a tricky situation at work … tears – lots and lots of tears. …

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How to Eclipse Your Old Way of Thinking

Today is the day that the moon will totally eclipse the sun. It’s a rare opportunity for scientists to have a unique …

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The #1 Way to Leverage the Subconscious Mind

“Who was the star in that movie?”, “What is the name of that song?”, “I recognize her face, but cannot remember her …

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Need to Tune Up Your Attitude? Try Reframing

I’m not sure if it’s the summer heat of Texas that’s getting to me (it tends to make me cranky), but I’ve …

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Preparing for What’s Next When You Don’t Know What’s Next

If you read much about Workforce 2020, you won’t be surprised by the statistic that about 65% of the jobs to be …

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