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December 18, 2013

6 Habits of Stress-Free Women

  Stress is a feeling we all know well … perhaps too well. Mix a high-pressure environment with a hardworking and driven personality and it’s no wonder stress levels can easily spiral out of control. The result: overeating, anxiety, sleeplessness and negative thoughts that affect us physically, mentally, socially, spiritually and even professionally. So, how do you keep stress from impacting your overall well-being? Follow these 6 tried and trusted habits of (practically) stress-free professionals. […]
December 17, 2013

Confidence Coaching Success with Stephanie F.

“I came across Suzanne Fetting’s website while I was searching for a good life coach to help my 21 year old to overcome her shyness and gain confidence.  In the past 4 months under Suzanne’s coaching, my family and I noticed a gradual transformation in my daughter – she has become more assertive and is slowly coming out of her shell.   Suzanne has done an excellent job in helping my daughter to regain her […]
November 19, 2013

Good or Bad, Habits Always Deliver Results

You are an accumulation of your habits. From how you get out of bed, how you shower, how you dress, how you walk, sit, and talk, how you respond to the world, how you act in front of others, and how you think; you’re living out your habits. Habits are necessary. They free up your mind so you can concentrate on how to survive day to day. You don’t have to think about how to […]
November 12, 2013

6 Ways To Participate In The Next Office Meeting

  Have you ever been to a meeting where everyone just sits around a table? No coherent conversations take place because everyone is working on something else. Laptops are out. Cell phones are on. And no one is even paying attention to the topic at hand. Afterwards, you feel like the meeting was a waste and wonder why it was even scheduled.     Does this sound like your last meeting? Did You Participate in […]
November 7, 2013

Confidence Coaching Success with Debbie Jacobs

“Suzanne, you really transformed my life. You’re the best, really. I set out to work on my confidence specifically and came across Suzanne and Absolute Confidence. Suzanne transformed my life. She absolutely knows about confidence on a masterful level and chips away at the barriers while being empowering at the same time. Absolute Confidence is representative of what can be accomplished working with Suzanne. She’s absolutely great!” – Debbie Jacobs Tweet Share this:Facebook
November 5, 2013

Confidence Coaching Success with Debbie Jacobs

“Suzanne, you really transformed my life. You’re the best, really. I set out to work on my confidence specifically and came across Suzanne and Absolute Confidence. Suzanne transformed my life. She absolutely knows about confidence on a masterful level and chips away at the barriers while being empowering at the same time. Absolute Confidence is representative of what can be accomplished working with Suzanne. She’s absolutely great!” – Debbie Jacobs Tweet Share this:Facebook
November 5, 2013

“Hallo-Wiener” Dachshund Meetup

    On Saturday, October 26th we went to Trout Lake Park for The Annual Vancouver Dachshund Hallo-Wiener Meetup.   I’ve never seen anything like it, about 60 super cute Doxie’s almost all of them dressed up –some in super creative costumes! 🙂   I just had to share some pics with you…     Tweet Share this:Facebook
November 3, 2013

Howl-O-Ween Party at The Woof Dog Lounge & Spa

My furry son and I went to this super fun doggie party for a Halloween celebration. What a great group of people, with very creative costumes for their dogs –so cute! DeeOgee won a BIG gift basket for 1st place for his “Woody The Wiener” costume 🙂 Thank you to The Woof Spa Team  ~ Check out their site here   Tweet Share this:Facebook
November 2, 2013

Hunching Over Your Smartphone Is Draining Your Self-Confidence

New research from Harvard Business School shows that typing on tiny devices can make you feel less confident. Compared to people who spent a few minutes working on small, tablet-sized devices, those who typed on regular desktop computers were nearly twice as likely to speak up during an experiment that tested assertiveness. The desktop users also spent about 30% less time waiting meekly during a follow-up test that measured power and self-confidence, the research shows. […]