Will You Say Yes?

SYI supports people to be Powerful, Positive, and Professional. These skills are foundational to effective leadership and support the development of emotional intelligence skills (or people skills).

Powerful: KNOW
You are comfortable owning your skills and strengths.
Positive: LIKE
You like your world and you look for what is right, what is working, and what is going well.
Professional: MODEL
You move through the world modeling respect, fairness, and consistency.

Join us at the SYI to get concrete skills, tips, tools, and strategies to be Powerful, Positive, and Professional!


Yearly Archives: 2012

Top Secret: 5 Power Tips for Women

As a woman, I know we are incredible, brilliant, insightful, powerful, and capable of making a positive impact on a global scale. If that’s true, why does it seem like so many of us are sabotaging our successes, holding ourselves back, or missing the mark? After working with thousands of women, […]

Perspective is key!

If you wanted to know what the biggest challenge, or obstacle, or reason for derailment is for most people, do you have any idea what it is? A lot of people would argue that there are millions of ways people may find roadblocks in their lives, but the most common […]

What if Change IS Security?!

“Security can only be achieved through constant change, through discarding old ideas that have outlived their usefulness and adapting others to current facts.” William O. Douglas Live on the edge… Today, do something that most never have the courage, or the faith, to do. Take inventory of your life. What […]

The Answers

“As long as one keeps searching, the answers come.” Joan Baez Sometimes we can be impatient. We want what we want…now. We don’t want to work at it. We don’t want to wait for it. We want to know the answers. We want to have the results. We want every […]

Starting SYI

  People have asked me why I started the Say Yes Institute, and how I got the name, and why I decided to do this. There are so many reasons, but the main reasons are: -I wanted to know what would happen if people focused on what was right, instead […]