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Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume I

DYNAMIC WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.

Doreen Petty

Doreen Petty

Doreen Petty Coaching (DPC) helps people to achieve extraordinary personal and professional success. Doreen works as a coach to partner with people for the future they choose, to improve relationships, create opportunities, enhance behavioral effectiveness, make better choices, be better decision makers, set and achieve goals, and more. Her coaching style developed through her 20 years in the Human Resources field where she helped people to achieve success in a highly competitive corporate environment. Her true passion lies in her ability to make a difference in the lives of individuals who want more – in any aspect of their lives.

Doreen has an undergraduate degree in business, a master’s degree in psychology, extensive training, and continues to be a learning geek.  Her professional focus is on helping people through a strategy of positive psychology and goal-centered coaching. Clients have consistently praised Doreen’s insightfulness and empathy. Her ability to see things from her client’s perspective while helping them learn new ways to look at their lives makes her an amazingly effective coach and accountability partner.

With a network of specialist consultants, DPC’s HR Consulting division helps business owners ensure that they provide the best possible work environment. DPC helps small businesses to enhance leadership and organizational effectiveness.  Doreen is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).

Doreen Petty
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A Small but Valuable Life

A rambling review of how the author’s life, begun as a normal girl from Chicago, evolved from an expectation of mediocrity to a life of valuable contributions. With a bit of psychology thrown in, the author considers the true nature of mediocrity, its validity as a label for the human condition, and the wisdom of Abraham Lincoln – amongst other things.