2017 APA Stress Survey is Out: How to Curb Your Stress Now!
"America is at it's lowest point this year..." Stress is a household word that is personal to all of us. With the American Psychological Association 2017 Stress Survey hot off the press, it's time to face the reasons we are stressed and what we can do about them. Watch this impactful 3-minute video to learn more about the survey and what you can do right now to curb your own stress. Read the APA 2017 Stress Survey here. If you would like to learn more about overcoming the o
3 Steps Women Must Take to Win the War on Respect
"Is it just me, or is the world going crazy?" I was talking with a group of women and this was the icebreaking question. As we chatted, we began to bring out the real thoughts that were plaguing us. We quickly zoomed into the treatment of women. "What's happening in the mainstream media? Does anyone see the unfiltered and antagonist attitudes toward women?" "What's going on in the workplace? Does anyone feel like women are being pushed out of the boardroom (if you were even
The Day After 9/11: Where did it Lead You?
5 Part Series: The Meaning Within Tragedy We are beginning a 5-part series today that includes a reflective story about meaningfulness. You have a purpose. You have a mission. You are called to do something. This series will prompt you to think about what that is, what is in your way, and what you are doing about it. Angie Nuttle and unnamed Marine, Iraq (May 2004). PART 1: The Day After 9/11: Where did it lead you? Every year on September 11, I review my photos that wer
Sarah Marshall: School of Executive Presence Alumni and Credit Union Leader
Sarah Marshall is an exceptional woman. I learned this truth after spending a year with her in the School of Executive Presence, where she bloomed from a brand new CEO to a wise woman of courage. Not only was she tasked with managing a difficult transition from a manager role to an executive role, she was quietly dealing with a rare disorder, PKU, that kept her inner critics working overtime. When Sarah viewed her own video below, she was completely amazed at her personal tr
How To Reframe Your Problem
Problems rarely go away on their own. My daughter and I have a similar view of math: we want it to go away forever. I knew in 3rd grade I wasn’t going to be a math teacher. Yet, here I sat, trying to teach my third grader to understand fractions at 7:00 a.m. while trying to get down my first cup of coffee. (The challenge was compounded by the fact that the state of Indiana has a new math curriculum, and even my “genius of numbers” husband struggles to understand it.) As I t
Who Has Time For Personal Development?
Who has time for personal or professional development? It's the person who knows that you want something different than what you had this past year. The School of Executive Presence is now open for enrollment in the 2017 Programs and is offering earlybird registration and discounted prices as long as you register by January 30. The school is offering 3 major development programs this year: Mastermind Coaching Cohort Virtual Coaching Program Womens VIP Activator Coaching Expe
How to Survive a 360 Degree Feedback Assessment
Getting feedback is scary. I don't care what you say or how to downplay it, people are nervous about how others see them. Sometimes it seems easier to just go about your business, get through the day, and ignore the possible deficiencies and inefficiencies that people may see in you. It's a classic symptom of someone in survival mode at work. The Dark Side of Feedback It's true, feedback can do some damage to a person's ego. Especially if there is a lack of self-awareness o
7 Brain Tips To Break Work Addiction and Take Back Your Business Mind
You've likely thought or said this in your lifetime (like yesterday or last week): I wish there was two of me. I whispered this to myself recently as I faced over-workload chaos. It prevented me from sleeping well, performing well, and I ate ridiculous foods to the point that I felt my fat swell and smother me from the inside out. I'm sure you've been here too- trying to ignore the signs that you just need to stop, but you push through the pain instead. You have to finish th
5 Things to Look For When You Want to Find the Best Executive Coach For You
It's amazing how many people out there have attached "coach" to their signature line, but when you talk to them, you realize they really don't know much about bona fide coaching. If you are looking for a good executive coach, there are 5 things to be aware of: 1. All coaches are not equal- or alike. There are a variety of coaching specialty focus areas: high level executives, millennials, leadership, strategy, group coaching, even coaching for organizational troublemakers.
How Do You Build Executive Presence? Coach Coming to Washington DC
Executive Presence Coach and Founder of The School of Executive Presence, Angela Nuttle, is coming to Washington DC in October. What's the goal? To teach business people how to be seen, heard, valued, and celebrated in today's rapidly changing business world. "Many people out there don't even realize they need help with executive presence, and some are confused about what it even means." Angela recognizes that education, experience, and intentional development can bring peo