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.

Birthday Depression Is Real. How to Cope.

By |2021-06-17T11:03:42-04:00June 17th, 2021|Mental health, Mindset, Personal Growth, Self Care|

For the last several years, in the week before my birthday, I've started feeling sad and angry. It comes in waves. I might wake up and cry about nothing for a half hour. Just about anything can irritate me. I don't know why I experience these feelings. I have no "birthday trauma," I have a [...]

Koselig – What It Is and How to Apply It To Your Own Life To Create More Happiness

By |2021-05-27T12:19:33-04:00January 3rd, 2021|Health, Lifestyle, Self Care|

You've undoubtedly heard of hygge. It's been everywhere, a part of our vernacular, since around 2016. But what about the Norwegian version, "koselig?" Koselig (pronounced "KOO-shell-eh") may be less familiar, but it's equally useful to know, especially when you're staring down some long, cold months ahead. What the heck is koselig? Koselig is the Norwegian [...]

How To Own Your Day

By |2021-05-27T12:19:33-04:00October 18th, 2020|Health, Leadership, Lifestyle, Management, Mindset, Self Care, Success|

It is SO easy for the day to get away from us, isn't it? You have plans in your head of what you want to accomplish in between meetings. You have good intentions. But, before you know it, the day is over. You haven't made time for a) you and b) the strategic thinking leaders [...]

Hack Your Sleep: How to Get the Best Night’s Sleep of Your Life

By |2018-11-03T14:24:28-04:00November 3rd, 2018|Executive, Health, Self Care|

If you’re reading this article, it’s because you're having a hard time sleeping. Rest assured (pun intended!), you’re not alone. Roughly 60 million Americans (and many of my clients) regularly struggle with sleep (1). I’m not a doctor. However, I, too, have struggled with sleep. In my lifetime, I’ve had trouble getting to sleep in [...]

The Mental Health Conversation We Need to Be Having: #IStruggleToo

By |2018-06-12T16:57:13-04:00June 12th, 2018|Brain Junk, Mindset|

Across my social media, friends and acquaintances are encouraging people to share their mental health challenges, to reveal their stories of depression and anxiety. I suppose it's an effort to destigmatize these issues, as well as to show people who aren't as comfortable sharing publicly that they aren't alone, that others have similar challenges. While [...]

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