Lindsay Gomez

Before branching out with my own business, I spent over 10 years in the office products industry developing consumer products. In fact I worked for my family’s business and was planning to take over the company in the future with my siblings. But funny how plans usually have more twists and turns then you anticipate…. It was the desire to help people on a more personal level that led me from the corporate world to my work with small businesses. Although my career and life goals changed, my work in office products truly shaped and developed my love for the aesthetic and branding, the need to always provide a superior customer experience and it is where I honed my 1:1 management skills, by working with co-workers, customers and outside vendors. As someone who works with online businesses, my clients vary dramatically at times, but my #1 love is to work with coaches – life, business, career, leadership. Why you may ask? Well, the work that coaches facilitate is so deeply personal to me. They are the people that pulled me from a really bad professional and personal situation. (Remember how I said I worked for my family’s business, well unhappiness at work quickly invaded all aspects of my life.) My life coach made me see that I had amazing talents to share with the world. And here I am today… loving my work again! When not providing amazing client care (and performing the occasional magic trick or two), you can find me taking a stroll with my super supportive husband and our two rescue pups, catching a Gilmore Girls or Kitchen Nightmares marathon, or geeking out over all things organization.

Don’t Scratch That Itch

A colleague forwarded me a video from Simon Sinek riffing on millennials in the workplace. (You can catch the full clip here.) It’s not what you think. Although, if you’re familiar with any of Sinek’s work, you likely know where he was headed.  Part way through the conversation, he laid this one on us: “Everything you want, you can have instantaneously. Everything you want, instant gratification. Except job satisfaction and strength of relationships. There ain’t no app for that. They are slow, meandering, uncomfortable, messy processes.”  Truthfully, this speaks to much more than the generation of millennials. It speaks to our […]

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What I Learned About Business From My Rock Heroes

Quick question – are you a fan of Game of Thrones? Yes, you say – sweet! What about 00’s country music? Not so much. Well, that’s okay.  How about 90’s rock? Okay, now we’re getting somewhere.  Whether you’re a fan of GoT or country or rock music or none of the above, you’ll appreciate this story.  As the final season of GoT was coming to a close, the creators of the show partnered with Fender Guitars to create a collection of GoT-branded custom guitars. One unique guitar for each main family on the show, showcasing their house’s sigil.  And then, […]

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20 Ways to Crush It This Year

Holy smokes! We’re almost upon a whole new year and an entirely new decade. The time is simultaneously flying by and not going fast enough. I’m grateful and impatient. I want change to occur and new experiences to happen.  Yet, I know lasting, next-level growth can’t happen overnight. It’s bit by bit, step by step. Through doing and learning and adjusting over the course of the journey. So here’s 20 steps to take in 2020 to boost your success in business and life and all things in between:  1.  Need a kick in the butt to pick yourself up when […]

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Love Your Team Meetings… in 5 Steps

OH BOY, has my calendar been bananas lately.  Or should I say crazy-pants town.  There have meetings and appointments and phone calls and … basically a whole bunch of time with other people has landed on my calendar lately.  I love supporting these people.  And yet, it’s left little time to put my butt in the seat and do the things I want to be doing in my own business.  What has happened though, is that it’s made me highly aware of where my time is going.  And I noticed that it really is going to the meetings that have […]

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Measure YOUR Progress for Success

There’s this bit of advice that keeps popping up.  An idea about one major key to success.  When a nugget of truth continually gets on my radar, I know it’s time to listen.  And because I love this community so freakin’ much and want nothing more than for your business to reach the stratosphere, I’m sharing it here.  Ready? If you genuinely want to succeed in your business, there is one simple step to take… Stay in your lane.  Run your own race.  Or in other words – measure your progress and your progress alone.  Super simple but sort of […]

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Oh Fudge, There’s Only 1 Month Left in the Year!

No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you.  And no, you didn’t sleep through a few weeks of the month.  For my team and I, we really have only one month left in our year.  You see, we’re shutting down for the entire week of Thanksgiving and then again during the last two weeks of the year.  So we only have four weeks left to wrap up this year with a bow. When I realized that, I admit, light panic set in. A clenching of my chest.  Holy smokes, there’s some much left to do – newsletters, social media posts, gifts for […]

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What Happened When I Forgot to be Myself

You might not know this, but since we’re all pals around here, here goes.  I coach in an online business program.  It isn’t even my program.  It’s someone else’s.  And I loved it. That is, until I didn’t. When I was asked to be the lead coach in the program, I admit that I was flattered. My ego was stroked a bit, too.  This person, who is the face and brand for the program, was trusting me to run the ship. From start to finish.  As the months leading up to the program dwindled, I dove in head first to […]

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Do You Approach Your Team with a Growth Mindset?

I have a confession – I used to think I was “bad” with people. For years, I told myself that people didn’t like me because I didn’t know how to talk with them and didn’t understand how to be a good teammate to them.  And for all those years, it kept me safe. And at a distance. And deeply unhappy and unfulfilled.  On my work teams, I’d seek out any and every opportunity to perform my work independently.  I’d remain silent in meetings.  I blamed others for my dissatisfaction.  And it caused huge fractures on my work teams.  I heard […]

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