Susan

About Susan

Susan Baroncini-Moe is an executive coach for high-performing individuals. As a "deep dive," strategic intervention coach, Susan has worked with clients on four continents in a wide range of industries. She is a sought-after strategist, and she and her businesses have been featured on ABC and in Redbook magazine, USA Today, MSN Living, Yahoo Finance, Investors Business Daily, Social Media Examiner, American Express Open Forum, Chicago Tribune, Indianapolis Star, and more.

Hygge: What It Is and How to Apply It To Your Own Life To Create More Happiness

By | 2017-05-22T15:10:59+00:00 February 3rd, 2017|Health, Lifestyle, Self Care|

Hygge. It's everywhere these days. Blog posts and books abound. So what is it, why should you care, and how can you bring a little hygge into your own life? What the heck is hygge? Hygge (pronounced, "hoo-gah"), a Danish word, is perhaps best defined by Louisa Thomsen Britts, author of The Book of Hygge, [...]

“What Did I Get Myself Into?” Easing Transitions and Settling into A New Path

By | 2017-05-22T15:11:05+00:00 November 23rd, 2016|Brain Junk, Coaching, Executive, Leadership, Lifestyle, Management, Self Care, Transition|

Transitions can be challenging. Whether you've accepted a new position, opted for career change or are moving toward retirement transitions can be rife with misgivings, anxiety, and uncertainty. It can take awhile before you feel “ready” or “settled in” and until then, it can feel like you’re walking a minefield. In this 45-minute program, you’ll learn [...]

Did I Get Lucky?” Discovering the Truth Behind Self-Worth and Your Success

By | 2017-05-22T15:11:12+00:00 November 21st, 2016|Coaching, Executive, Impostor Syndrome, Leadership, Management, Mindset, Personal Growth, Success|

So many successful women question their own self-worth. They struggle to own their successes, choosing instead to believe they got “lucky” or were “in the right place at the right time.” A sneaky voice in your head tells you that you don't deserve what you've achieved. In most cases, this feeling of having lucked into [...]

Recession-Proof Your Business: Managing Economic PTSD and Ensuring Your Future

By | 2017-05-22T15:11:19+00:00 November 16th, 2016|Biz101, Business, Client Retention, Customer Service, Executive, Management, Marketing, Money Mindset|

Every business ebbs and flows over time. But if you were in business in the Great Recession, then you probably know what real struggle means. Most businesses that survived the Recession of Dec. 2007-June 2009 had a difficult time keeping the doors open, nevermind remaining profitable. And most business owners were scarred by the experience. [...]

You Don’t Have to Do It All: The Leader’s Guide to Self-Value and Delegation

By | 2017-05-22T15:11:27+00:00 November 14th, 2016|Delegation, Executive, Leadership, Management, Outsourcing, Personal Growth, Value|

Let's face it: delegation is hard. It's just a challenge to get great work back, sometimes it's hard even to get good work back. If you’ve had a hard time with delegation, if you've found yourself feeling frustrated with your team, like you have to do everything, if you’ve found yourself staying late and working long hours [...]

If Your Candidate Lost: Now What? How To Manage Post-Election Grief

By | 2017-05-22T15:11:34+00:00 November 11th, 2016|Stuff to Inspire|

If your candidate lost in the 2016 election, describing your experience is likely very difficult. It’s somewhere near grief, but more than that, because you know there are still more battles to fight…and yet you feel tired, demoralized, and getting out of bed is difficult. As an executive coach, these are the words I’m hearing [...]

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