Johanna Sawalha Executive Coach

Johanna Sawalha Executive Coach

Message from Coach Jo –

¨Hi everyone! You are here, so I’m going to assume that you are committed to the growth and development of yourself, your team or your company. Nothing could make me happier - I salute you for caring about this. I will be sure to provide value to you - and please let me know if you want to see something in particular. I will do my best to grant your requests! ¨

My Boss Called Me a Diva

January 11, 2018No Comments

I haven’t had many bosses in my life. Maybe three…? Being an entrepreneur most of my life has pretty much ruined my prospects for every working for anyone, unless they’re fine with someone who questions authority, decisions, and the direction of the company, in essence – a highly opinionated, hard-to-steer employee. One of those three Read More

Who Wants to Know What Top Three Things to Focus on in 2018?

January 9, 2018No Comments

You ever wrap your day and ask yourself, ¨What did I actually get done today…? Did I produce – anything? ¨ I used to be scattered – SO scattered- to the point of my old roommate when watching me scurry said, ¨You’d think you ran IBM. ¨ … And a client of mine (who is a Read More

This is embarrassing but I’ll tell you anyway –

January 4, 20188 Comments

Entrepreneurs, speakers, coaches – they all know that writing a book is the ticket. In fact, it’s almost a prerequisite for being taken seriously and for anyone to put you on their speakers’ roster. Even if no one ever reads your book –  that’s not even the point. It’s almost like a college degree. No Read More

Yes, the summit is happening BUT wanted to give you something else as well…

October 25, 2017No Comments

¨Listening, ¨ Erich Fromm – the great thinker, therapist and writer said, “is an art like the understanding of poetry” and, like any art, has its own rules and norms. These are his six such guidelines for mastering the art of truly understanding another human being. In the era of #metoo #trump #blacklivesmatter, his words Read More

Work Your Passion Summit – Launching Today!

October 19, 20175 Comments

This summit is for you who feel: Stuck in y0ur day job Have a dream to create something that is truly yours Work with what you are passionate about every day Don’t miss it – sign up – it’s launching today! Can’t wait to have you! Warmly, Coach Jo

Is it Time to Put Your Passions to Work? By Homaira Kabir

October 16, 2017No Comments

Editor’s note: Make sure to sign up for the Work Your Passion summit if you answered yes to the question in the title! Also, to contact Homaira, the author of this piece, see her information at the bottom. Are you one of the 70% of employees who feels disengaged at work? Or part of the Read More

The Work Your Passion summit!

October 11, 2017No Comments

Hey, hey! You do NOT want to miss this 21-day summit – with the most amazing speakers. They will teach you EVERYthing you need to know about: Starting out on your own Quitting your desk job Working with what you LOVE for a living… Who should listen in? You – if you are DONE not Read More

Are We Getting Numb?

October 2, 20174 Comments

Are we getting numb? Have we got “fear fatigue”? Or is it that we’re getting better at defiance?   So wisely asked by the BBC in the UK. You may call me morbid, but I look at the pictures from each attack. Not oogling. I look and feel. Every time. I will never EVER start Read More

Why THIS woman matters…!

September 28, 2017No Comments

It’s National Poetry Day. What does poetry do with us humans that no other art form can? Maybe it’s in the brevity of the stanzas, the pauses and the way it leaves you half knowing, half not. I have had the honor to know a few poets. One of my favorite ones, as well as Read More

Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

September 25, 2017No Comments

Not my line but that of Angela Duckworth and her great little book on grit. I was a-MAZ-ed at my 4-yearold little twinkies running their first race yesterday. My boy took off like shot out of a cannon and my girl held my hand and ran. When we got to our umpteen hill, she didn’t Read More