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Retrain Your Brain So You Can Get Unstuck & Move Forward!

Neuroscience has proven that your thoughts and belief systems hold you back and can lead to feeling stuck, stopped and stalled. Through Jackie Kellso’s brain-based approach, learn how to shift to “right” thinking in ways that can propel you forward in your career and in life!

On Saturday, February 27, Jackie is leading an interactive and engaging workshop to help you:
~ Uncover beliefs and thoughts that hold you back
~ Learn thinking techniques to make better decisions
~ Create a statement that will communicate your value
~ Change irrational thinking to rational action
~ Design a new mission that will be your guide for moving forward

To register, go to: http://thrivejackiekellso2016.eventbrite.com/

Tips On How To Deal With A Bullying Boss

The key to success in the workplace is knowing how to work with co-workers on all rungs of the ladder, but especially your boss.  In this recently released “Ask Jackie” video, Jackie Kellso, President of PointMaker Communications, provides tips on how to work with a demanding manager, so regardless of the situation, you’re seen as a solution-oriented, high performer.  For more of Jackie’s tips, go to https://pointmakercommunications.wordpress.com/.

Take Five Q&A: Jackie Kellso, President, PointMaker Communications

JackieYears ago I was introduced to Jackie Kellso by a friend who thought given our common interests we might click.

Upon meeting, it became apparent why my friend had been singing Jackie’s praises, as I was immediately struck by her confidence.  She epitomized all the things that I, or any professional career woman for that matter, strive to be: savvy, smart and successful.  This was more than 10 years ago and Jackie was just winding down a long career in media sales (The New Yorker, New York Magazine, A&E Network, Viacom, iVillage and Hearst Magazines), while working as a highly sought Dale Carnegie trainer and contemplating her next career move.

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