Entries by Joshua Miller

5 Things To Consider Before Posting On Linkedin

Six years ago, when I logged onto Linkedin, I had one clear mission and one larger question, which was: how can I inspire 1,000,000 people on this platform. What happened next was definitely not expected but openly embraced. I posted a quote. Nothing quite groundbreaking but something from my heart vs. my head. A few […]

Career Engagement Begins With You

Got a case of the Mondays? No seriously. You wouldn’t be the first, and you’re probably not the last. It’s no wonder why come Sunday, people dread going to work the next day. The reality is that the vast majority of Americans hate Monday not because it’s the beginning of the work- of week, but […]

Why Being Too Happy Is Bad For Your Career

Being happy may have worked out well for Bobby McFerrin, but that doesn’t mean you should walk around with a “fake it until you make it” mentality. In life, there are definitely things that we overindulge on that we probably shouldn’t, such as alcohol consumption, working out, social media, Netflix and of course eating raw […]

3 Reasons Your Company Has A Weak Coaching Culture

Leaders don’t listen. There, I said it. Okay, maybe not all leaders. But many of them are overworked, underdeveloped and lack adequate time-management skills. And as a result, they don’t take the time to truly listen to their people. Basically, they develop bad people-management skills. So why is this important? As a coach, you must […]

I Wrote 200 LinkedIn Articles

If you had asked me if I was planning to write more after publishing my first LinkedIn article “I’ve Got Two Words For You” on March 4th, 2015, my answer would have been a resounding no. But a funny thing happened shortly after I hit submit. I saw my first comment from a reader named Hiram Figueroa who wrote, […]


One of the most popular and frequently overused phrases around time management is ‘Work smarter not harder’. The reality is that we all have the same 24 hours in the day. The truth is, it’s your relationship to those 24 hours that will dictate the level and list of your daily accomplishments especially in the […]


We’re all running on empty from time to time, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a little left to give. Just as a car can keep going when it hits E (for empty), so can you. The challenge lies in what we believe we can provide and of course what we “assume” others expect […]