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When you became an entrepreneur, you dreamed of freedom. Financial freedom, freedom of lifestyle, freedom to make your own decisions, freedom to impact causes you are passionate about.

The rise of remote work has been nothing short of revolutionary for the way businesses operate.

From being direct about position info to clarity around essential duties, here are the 15 answers to the question, “What are the best practices for writing a job description?”

What is one important skill needed to become successful at talent acquisition? To help you with Talent Acquisition Skills, we asked CEOs and CHROs this question for their best insights.

What’s one quote that you use to keep you motivated at work and why? People are inspired and motivated by different things in life. It’s often the words we say or the words that are said by others.

To help you best appreciate the impact of a coaching culture on the success of businesses, we asked coaches and business leaders this question for their best insights.

Success looks different for everyone. But women may be more likely to sacrifice their mental and emotional health on the way to achieving their professional goals.

Create a Sense of Belonging – Belonging is the most pressing issue HR professionals and business leaders face today.

Emily built a successful career in HR, pivoting between industries and remote and in-person work.

In the dynamic landscape of women in business, leadership styles can make a significant impact. We’ve gathered insights from eight female leaders, including founders and CEOs, to share the styles they’ve found most effective.

From the ability to adapt quickly to a strong background in processes, here are the 15 answers to the question, “What skills are needed to work in human resources?”

One of my greatest challenges is to explain effectively the benefits of coaching.

What is one self-development practice or strategy you apply to cope with uncertainty and stressful moments?

Supporting a client who feels incredibly stuck in their career, business, or life can be challenging. As a coach, what questions can you ask to support them in finding clarity?

As a woman in leadership, what is your best tip for a future female leader?

The top workplace buzzword of 2022 has to be quiet quitting. It’s taking over discussions in boardrooms and social media even though it emerged just a few weeks ago, earlier this summer. But what does quiet quitting really mean?

Listen to Employees’ Needs – HR leaders face many new trends these days.

Ultimately, this work led Emily to develop what she calls the “New Golden Rule.” Not to be confused with the “old” Golden Rule — “Treat others as you would like to be treated” — the New Golden Rule encourages you to “Treat yourself the way you want others to treat you.”

Studies show that women – especially working mothers, those in senior job roles, and women of color – faced significant hurdles during the pandemic as responsibilities, such as homeschooling children and caring for sick family members, typically fell on their shoulders.

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Emily is familiar with the many challenges executives face including time management, overwork, and the potential for burnout. She is practiced in working with clients to make sure they are creating a balanced and meaningful life inside and outside of work by choosing where their time and energy are most needed and learning how to create the space for necessary self-care. Emily’s intuitive nature gets to the root of roadblocks, turning limited viewpoints into transformative action. The result is increased productivity and engagement and overall career satisfaction.

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Remember in the corporate 90’s when we used to hang ‘Success’ posters up about working hard, and it was taught by HR training courses to ‘leave your personal life at home’? This chat with author and coach Emily Golden reminded me of that. She too was raised in that high performing corporate culture… but life and various traumas guided her on her true path.

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Emily Golden, MCC is the author of The New Golden Rule and a mastered certified coach who specializes in executive leadership and career coaching. She has a deep understanding of the human mind, spirit, and potential. Emily works with high achieving individuals who appear to have it all on paper but in reality struggle with perfectionism and having to look and be a certain way. The narrative in their head is holding them back and they have an opportunity to change and actually have it all.

In a manner of speaking

In this interview, Elena speaks with Emily Golden, a courageous woman, successful entrepreneur, and incredible executive coach. Emily spent almost 20 years in corporate America until she decided to leave and help other high-performing professionals break free from perfectionism and people-pleasing. They discuss Emily’s recent book, The New Golden Rule, the value of authentic relationships, and the universal nature of imperfections.

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Emily's ontological approach allows individuals to clarify their goals, shift beliefs and habits, take risks, execute brilliance, and make quantum leaps rather than incremental improvements. Her patience and brilliance allow others to discover ah-ha moments that enable what once seemed impossible. As a result, her clients emerge as leaders who bring value, impact, and connection to their professional and personal lives.

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"What does it mean to me to belong? How do I know on a cellular level that I belong in certain spaces and places? And that I don't belong in other spaces? What I've come to is it's being able to see myself in the other people: it's being able to see bits and pieces of my own story, my own journey, my own struggles, my own wins, my own hardships, my own accomplishments."

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Emily is a master certified coach who specializes in executive leadership and career coaching. She has seventeen years of corporate human resources experience; practical experience from more than 2,500 hours of coaching; and a deep understanding of the human mind, spirit, and potential.

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on talks with Emily Golden, Career Coach, about her new book, The NEW Golden Rule. They talk about the importance of your EQ and being fulfilled! Emily Golden is a professional certified coach who specializes in executive leadership and career coaching.

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You’re probably familiar with the Golden Rule, “Treat others the way you want to be treated.” But it can be the thing that is burning you out and holding you back from having a bigger, more positive impact in your community. Emily Golden talks about a different way to look at that rule, in The […]

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This podcast features fun, lively conversations with masterful coaches who are creating an impact. Get to know them, their journey into coaching, and discover what wisdom they would offer you about being a better coach.

In this episode I talk with Emily Golden, mother to two children, both diagnosed with Tourettes Syndrome and ADHD. She offers so much insight about what she’s learned along the way and how accepting your child exactly as they are in the essential shift we must all make. She is an example of a mom who stands for the greatest possibility for who her children are.

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Emily Golden is a master certified coach who specializes in executive leadership and career coaching. She has seventeen years of corporate human resources experience; practical experience from more than 2,500 hours of coaching; and a deep understanding of the human mind, spirit, and potential.

Discovering Your Golden Self with Emily Golden

In this episode, Emily Golden, master certified coach, former corporate HR leader and author of the book, The Golden Rule, shares her insights on overcoming resistance, cultivating confidence, and building resilience. She discusses her definition of the true golden self, and provides practical tips on how to tap into that version of ourselves more often.

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"What does it mean to me to belong? How do I know on a cellular level that I belong in certain spaces and places? And that I don't belong in other spaces? What I've come to is it's being able to see myself in the other people: it's being able to see bits and pieces of my own story, my own journey, my own struggles, my own wins, my own hardships, my own accomplishments."

Emily Golden, Master Certified Coach, Speaker and Career Performance Expert, joins the program to discuss her own disability journey, as well as raising a son with Tourette syndrome. Emily also talks about her new book “The New Golden Rule” and how you can close the gap between where you are and where you want to be, simply by putting yourself first.

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Emily Golden is a master certified coach who specializes in executive leadership and career coaching. She has seventeen years of corporate human resources experience; practical experience from more than 2,500 hours of coaching; and a deep understanding of the human mind, spirit, and potential. Her clients range from seasoned executives, to emerging leaders, to career changers who utilize her support to close the gap between where they are and where they want to be.

Welcome to the 59th Episode of the #100MasterCoaches​ Show. In this episode, Mel interviews Emily Golden from New Jersey, USA. Emily Golden, Master Certified Coach (MCC), member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and certified Emotional Intelligence practitioner, brings 17 years of corporate Human Resources experience in talent management and recruitment to her coaching practice. Her clients range from seasoned executives to emerging leaders in a wide range of industries including chemical, pharmaceutical, healthcare, financial services, not-for-profit, and entertainment.

Emily Golden is an experienced Leader and a Master Certified Coach through ICF. She is also a certified Trauma Informed Coach. She shares her experiences as a leader, coach, and parent and provides amazing insights on how to bring a more trauma informed approach to all areas of your life in our conversation.

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A recent survey shows about three in four working Americans admit to “sheltering-in-job” right now.

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Life coach and author Emily Golden says asking for help takes courage but it’s ultimately the best way to preserve a mother’s mental health and take the pressure off.

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What do job hunters need to know about businesses looking to hire? Learn about “The New Golden Rule.”

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Emily Golden, master certified coach,, hashes out lessons from her book “The New Golden Rule” that will help you find your true focus this year.

More than half of Americans say it’s difficult to get a good job or that their opportunities to advance at work are limited during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Megan sits down with a mother-daughter writer duo to learn more about the reality of being a perfectionist.

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Emily Mantell Golden and Ellyn Mantell talk about fighting perfectionism, their own published works, and the dynamics of the New Golden Rule.

Emily Golden is a lifestyle coach. She says if you’re putting aside your resolution because you’re just not feeling into it, theres an answer for that.

How to Make a Dream Promotion a Reality, Especially While Working Remotely

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A recent survey shows about three in four working Americans admit to “sheltering-in-job” right now. Many are afraid to ask for a promotion, especially while working remotely. Master certified coach and author, Emily Golden, joined WFXR News to share some tips to help keep your career from going into hibernation.

Make The Resolution to Put Yourself First in 2021

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Emily Golden, master certified coach,, hashes out lessons from her book “The New Golden Rule” that will help you find your true focus this year.

El Paso Moms: “One Blow After Another” During Pandemic

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Life coach and author Emily Golden says asking for help takes courage but it’s ultimately the best way to preserve a mother’s mental health and take the pressure off.

Career Coach Offers Advice for Pandemic Work Slump

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More than half of Americans say it’s difficult to get a good job or that their opportunities to advance at work are limited during the COVID-19 pandemic. Career coach Emily Golden shares ways you can clarify your goals and change the way you’re looking at your opportunities.

Certified Coach, Author Emily Golden tells us about ‘The New Golden Rule’

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What do job hunters need to know about businesses looking to hire? Learn about “The New Golden Rule.”

Can you live your life by this new golden rule?

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Megan sits down with a mother-daughter writer duo to learn more about the reality of being a perfectionist.

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Challenges executives face including time management, overwork, and the potential for burnout

#100MasterCoaches​​ with Emily Golden

Emily is familiar with the many challenges executives face including time management, overwork, and the potential for burnout. She is practiced in working with clients to make sure they are creating a balanced and meaningful life inside and outside of work by choosing where their time and energy are most needed and learning how to create the space for necessary self-care. Emily’s intuitive nature gets to the root of roadblocks, turning limited viewpoints into transformative action. The result is increased productivity and engagement and overall career satisfaction.

Vulnerability, Wake Up Calls, & The New Golden Rule – with Emily Golden

Lead Your Day with Merilyn

Remember in the corporate 90’s when we used to hang ‘Success’ posters up about working hard, and it was taught by HR training courses to ‘leave your personal life at home’? This chat with author and coach Emily Golden reminded me of that. She too was raised in that high performing corporate culture… but life and various traumas guided her on her true path.

The Second Phase Podcast

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Emily Golden, MCC is the author of The New Golden Rule and a mastered certified coach who specializes in executive leadership and career coaching. She has a deep understanding of the human mind, spirit, and potential. Emily works with high achieving individuals who appear to have it all on paper but in reality struggle with perfectionism and having to look and be a certain way. The narrative in their head is holding them back and they have an opportunity to change and actually have it all.

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The Lighter Side of Emily Golden

In this interview, Elena speaks with Emily Golden, a courageous woman, successful entrepreneur, and incredible executive coach. Emily spent almost 20 years in corporate America until she decided to leave and help other high-performing professionals break free from perfectionism and people-pleasing. They discuss Emily’s recent book, The New Golden Rule, the value of authentic relationships, and the universal nature of imperfections.

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Emily Golden & Ellyn Mantell: “New Golden Rule” and Fighting Perfectionism

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Emily Mantell Golden and Ellyn Mantell talk about fighting perfectionism, their own published works, and the dynamics of the New Golden Rule.

Emily Golden on Sticking to Your New Years Resolutions

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Emily Golden is a lifestyle coach. She says if you’re putting aside your resolution because you’re just not feeling into it, theres an answer for that.

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