Personally I view a sense of humour critical in business. If you cannot laugh at yourself along the way then you will stagnate and get stuck. Humour is also how you can connect more with your clients – we are human and we connect through story, laughter and play! The “too serious to joke” about line is different to each person, so this is a tough one to answer. Your boundaries and mine may differ. My best advice is to be true to yourself, be kind and know your audience.
About Sarah Kalmeta
"Sarah the Pivoter” is a Success Coach. Lecturer. Reiki Practitioner. Authenticity Advocate. Public Speaker. Dual Business Owner. Sarah is a Corporate Escapee and modern day Viking - that is, one who approaches the unknown with curiosity and strives to face hardships with courage. Having worked hard, and played harder, for 15 years in the corporate world, she now explores the other side of high performance and the impact it has on peoples’ lives, both personally and professionally. Sarah helps people navigate life’s changes through emotional mastery, healthy boundaries and communication. She offers a holistic approach, addressing the Mind, Body and Soul to help others Reframe and build new neural pathways through micro-steps and unique, science-backed approaches. When she isn’t helping others refill their cup, Sarah can be found in the forest, doing something unusual like standing on her head or enjoying a good bourbon with friends.
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