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MANAGING THE "SHINY OBJECT SYNDROME" So, what exactly does that mean? Managing the Shiny Object Syndrome is often the key to getting both your focus and your sanity back! First, let's start with how this happens. It happens to all of us from time to time, but for many...read more
LEARNING TO MANAGE CONTENT OVERLOAD So how do you manage "Content Overload"? First, it's great to get grounded in what it is... Content Overload is the stress that comes with the constant barrage of information and content that shows up in your e-mail, on your news...read more
WHEN IS IT TIME TO STREAMLINE YOUR WORK? If you are reading this, it may already be time to streamline your work! What you do from this point forward really matters. Think about these questions: Do you find yourself constantly reinventing the wheel when it comes to...read more
“Tina has been such a wonderful guide and mentor coach for me as I start my own business. Though we don’t always talk business during our sessions, I do feel like the clarity I receive from our work together has helped all aspects of my life including my business. Her energy and charm make me feel both inspired and safe, and her confidence has helped boost my own confidence in pursuing my business ideas. I trust her advice and her approach and feel very lucky to have worked with her.”Cathy D, Folsom, CA
“I was fortunate enough to work with Tina Meilleur in her project leadership role for the Business Transformation at her former Fortune 500 company. Tina was a strategic leader who always kept the end goal in mind. She had very high standards for herself, as well as our team which I believe really pushed all of us to do and be our best. Tina was extremely talented at seeing all the various connections in the different workstreams and really challenged the workstream leads to identify the interdependencies and collaborate to ensure we were hitting the aggressive timeframe and producing high quality deliverables. She effectively presented to the most senior executive leadership of her company to gain approval to move forward at each critical milestone and partnered with us to strategically position the content, order and pace of the project for these meetings.
What made working with Tina so enjoyable was not only her intelligence and ability to grasp complex information, but also her ability to be supportive, team oriented and to establish a great balance between the needs of the organization and the employees. I learned a lot from Tina and would gladly work with her on any other large complex projects.”Elise Freedman