It’s Time to Get Unstuck for Successful Results

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-Are you unable to get started on a project?

-Has your project skidded to a halt and you don’t know why?

-Have you limited your career choices or has your boss derailed your career options?

-Do you wish you had different co-workers or bosses or clients?

-Have you ever over-thought an idea?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are using too much brainpower and spending too much time overthinking “why” you and/or your team are stuck. This cyclical thinking hurts progress and will continue to keep you stuck. And, if you wait too long to talk with the right coach, team members, resources, your options will vanish.

Deidre*, a corporate executive, was fired from her job. For the next 7 years, she felt stuck. Because of her past successes, she relied on past beliefs on how to make money. She bought a company…it failed. She worked in several low paying jobs where she became bored. The right opportunities to use her leadership experience and skill sets seemed elusive. She became more dispirited after listening to motivational techniques. She finally agreed to take a PXTS assessment and listen to her executive coach. The result … She started taking focused actions! She got unstuck! And, this all happened on the same day! She chose a new position from several high-level opportunities she was offered and is still there today.

*Note: In this story, Deidre represents many people I’ve talked with over the years that got stuck after leaving successful corporate jobs.

3 Great Ways to Get Unstuck and Move Forward Now

Talk it out. Share your “stuck-ness” with only a few trusted people and your executive coach. Otherwise, too many opinions will actually keep you stuck and hinder any progress. Stick with the facts of the situation. And, stay away from telling your story about “why” you feel the way you do. That will impede real progress. Instead, listen to the feedback you received from your trusted advisors and select one option. Remember, the right focused actions make all the difference. They are a magnet for attracting new opportunities … just like Deidre experienced in the story above.

Walk it out. Keep physically and mentally fit. Doing so will also keep your emotions more objective. While you’re stuck, stay committed to the end result and take the right focused action steps. Be aware of playing the blame game (e.g., economy, money, boss, customers, etc.). That will prevent you from becoming unstuck! Remember, it takes responsibility, resiliency, and flexibility to move forward.

Write it out. When projects or relationships become murky and confusing, stop! Breathe. Take the time to write out the following exercise to get unstuck and achieve the results you really want.

This exercise is simple…it’s only two questions: What worked? What did not work? To get the most out of this exercise, use numeric results. Example of what worked: increased sales by 10%. Example of what didn’t work: missed Q3 goal by 15%. Then, acknowledge yourself in the mirror for what you’ve accomplished. Now, you are ready to create a new game plan by addressing how to handle “missed results.”

©Jeannette Seibly, 2011-2019

Jeannette Seibly is an award-winning champion for people and results. For more than 26 years, she has guided bosses and teams to get unstuck quickly. Need help moving forward?  Contact Jeannette today for straight talk with dynamic results.

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SeibCo, LLC Celebrates 20 Years in Business


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SeibCo, LLC Celebrates 20 Years in Business;

International business consultant also launches new website, new book


HIGHLANDS RANCH,CO—Oct. 16, 2012—Jeannette Seibly, principal of SeibCo, LLC, is not only celebrating her 20th year in business, the successful business consultant is celebrating 20 years of transforming hiring practices, people and business strategies. With her help, several dozen companies have seen million dollar results and three millionaires were created.

Seibly has more than 34 years of experience in leadership, business and management development, the last 20 years with her own business consulting firm. To her clients, she is a presenter, trainer, facilitator, business advisor, executive coach, mentor and author of more than 100 articles about leadership, people/business strategies and strategic hiring for business owners.

One of the clients she works with is a property management company with properties across the U.S. “I have worked with the President and CEO for several years to transform their hiring practices and business strategies,” explains Seibly. “As a result, the company has increased net operating income by 17 percent and is positioned for significant growth during 2013. My goal is to continue delivering million dollar results like these to my clients. They appreciate my ability to identify roadblocks and help them blast through these walls to produce unprecedented results.”

To commemorate her company’s anniversary, Seibly has launched a new website,, that’s packed with strategic tips to assist executives and owners of mid-sized businesses (revenues of $1-$30 million). Visitors to the website will be able to order copies of Seibly’s latest book, “Sharpen Your Hiring Results”, in November. Currently,  “Hiring Amazing Employees” and “It’s Time to Brag” are available.

“Sharpen Your Hiring Results” is a follow-up book to “Hiring Amazing Employees” with new techniques and tips that are especially effective in this recovering economy.

Seibly has been honored with numerous awards over the years including the Leadership Award from the National Association of Women Business Owners, Business of the Year from Colorado Business Women, and an Outstanding Woman in Business nomination from the Denver Business Journal. She received her Master’s degree in communications and her Bachelor’s degree in public and personnel administration from Michigan State University, and has been headquartered in Colorado since 2003. Seibly can be reached at 303-660-6388 or