Positive & Possible

Resources for Smart, Savvy Change


You start your day with a well-planned agenda. You’ve scheduled meetings, time to work on a project, and a walk at lunch with a friend. You’ve set aside time to respond to emails and address issues that arise. You need to leave by 4:30 p.m. to get your son to his soccer game. Then you […]


In a previous blog, I wrote about stress in the American workplace and provided a few ways to build resilience so that when our days are disrupted with things beyond our control, and they will, we’ll have the confidence and courage to bounce back. Here are a few more smart and savvy ways to grow […]


Smart, Savvy & Sweet

August 23, 2019

Why is it that when I make cake frosting, full of sugar and butter – two of the most amazing ingredients ever created – the kids always fight over who’s going to lick the beater? Could it possibly be that the icing is the sweetest part of the cake? In my family, we think so. […]


YOU are the Product

July 18, 2019

When I first started meeting with Mitch, he had one goal: to promote to a higher level position in a different division. After meeting with his mentor, we established some clear steps he needed to take to reach his goal. He worked extremely hard to make smart and savvy change over the past year, using […]