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December 7, 2018
Sage Consulting Services, LLC shared a link

Sage Consulting Services, LLC shared a link

If I hadn’t failed at this, I wouldn’t be where I am today…The fact that I'm an executive life coach today is a result of my failure. Failure at passing my certified financial planning exam, that is. It should've been a
June 21, 2018

What have you done today that is outside of your #comfortzone? #remember, that is…

What have you done today that is outside of your #comfortzone? #remember, that is where we #grow. #coaching #ThursdayMotivation
May 21, 2018
I have said this before- talk with your people about HOW you do your…

I know that I have not been around that long, am old enough to…

I know that I have not been around that long, and...I am old enough to know that #miracles will manifest. #MondayMotivaton
March 1, 2018

Tell me, Parvez, what advice would you give a child who came to you…

Tell me, Parvez, what advice would you give a child who came to you asking what their favorite color should be? To follow their heart? That no color is right or wrong? That if they wanted to, they could always change their mind later, any number of times? That their happiness with their choice is…
May 26, 2017

@GiversGain is a #philosophy that works in one’s life – give to others, and…

@GiversGain is a #philosophy that works in one's life – give to others, and they will reciprocate, or something greater will come your way.
March 30, 2017

LinkedIn reminded me that I’m “Celebrating 8 years at Sage Consulting Services, LLC.” I…

LinkedIn reminded me that I'm "Celebrating 8 years at Sage Consulting Services, LLC." I have to say, now well on the other end of the entrepreneurship dive, that this has been the most rewarding decision of my professional #career. If you are contemplating going out on your own, know that there is no substitute for…
January 7, 2017
A curious take on organizational culture that sees it as a power-play more than…

A curious take on organizational culture that sees it as a power-play more than…

A curious take on organizational culture that sees it as a power-play more than a reality of norms and diversity.Harvard Business ReviewThe idea that unity can be generated among employees by fixing or creating an organizational culture relies on a naïve assumption that culture unambiguously brings people together.