060: Susie Miller on How to Have Better Relationships
Susie Miller, known internationally as The Better Relationship Coach,™ is an Author, Speaker, and Coach. Susie is dedicated to helping you create better personal and professional relationships in 30 days or less! Susie equips high potential entrepreneurs and executives to reduce stress, improve communication, and most importantly, not bankrupt their relationships in pursuit of profits – so they truly can Maximize their Success! Susie has been featured in major news outlets including Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, and is the bestselling author of Listen, Learn, Love: How to Dramatically Improve Your Relationships in 30 Days or Less! Susie has been married to John for 32 years, and they have 3 adult children.
Playing Small Moment
• At one point in her life Susie had gained too much weight according to people in her life her saw her as something else. This played into her own belief that she was “too much” (too loud, too gregarious, wanting too much) for the people in her life which caused her to shrink back.
The Wake Up Call
• Susie had a massive health wake up call post-cancer. She was chronically ill but kept pushing through. With the direct message from her doctor that she was dying on the inside she realized she had to start resting to allow her body to fully recover. She adapted the work style to incorporate what she enjoys, blasts of activity, with what she needs, periods of rest.
Style of Leadership
• Susie is all about encouragement, celebrating, motivating and inspiring. “A rising tide raises all ship” is a belief she holds.
What Are You Excited About?
• Susie is working on a program for “entrespouses”, significant others who work together, to help them to work on their relationships as they work on their business.
• Susie is an avid reader and is always looking to learn. Susie just got a new certification in DiSC training.
Book to Develop Leadership
• Ish by Peter Reynolds
What Would You Change?
• Susie would have given herself more credit where credit was due and on the flip side, she would have given herself the freedom to fail.
• “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.” ~ Mary Anne Radmacher