Author: Ruth Schwartz

Ruth Schwartz is the author of “The Key to the Golden Handcuffs”. She is a high performance business consultant and leadership coach. Connect with Ruth to participate in the conversation. Google+, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube .

19 Issues Wealth Advisors Face When Hiring

Looking to grow your office? We have hired staff in numerous Wealth Advisory offices and can help to eliminate problems and find exactly the right job match for your office.

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After the Work Revolution

The result of the work revolution is that every business will collectively make their own rules, their own culture, their own values, and their own mission. When each organization created is unique, prosperous, and sustainable for every person who touches it, we will have recreated work.

iGeneration-The Whole World in His Hands

Let’s talk about what it’s like to work with iGen, because they are very different from their Millennial big brothers and sisters.


I challenge you to make sure that what you put in someone’s email box is transparently authentic, open, and open source, with a clear purpose that speaks honestly to the tribe you want to be a part of.

Sacramento Women’s Expo – Leadership Speaker

Ready to feel as if you are in your Super Power – every day? Then you are ready to stand profoundly in your genius. Imagine unlocking your genius and helping others unlock their genius as well. Come hear me at Sacramento Women’s Expo.

Hire the Right People Workshop

Turn-over can cost your organization between 150% to 300% of the annual salary for every person that leaves your company. Ruth Schwartz, business coach, has developed a hiring program and this workshop to help businesses hire the right people. She

Connecting the Motivational Dots

Appreciating that the hard stuff of life is well… hard. We know the hard stuff builds character. We know the hard stuff is what powers the most change. And yet, we also know that the hard stuff is no fun!

Silence is Golden

As a contrarian, I love Derek Sivers for 3 minutes about how NOT to achieve your goals, how many psychologists know it, and how it is the best kept secret.

A few words on public speaking

This lovely presentation is about how to create a persuasive speech by showing how two master communicators did it. I find it inspirational and I want all my speaker friends to take note.

Rethinking The Normal

What ubiquitous images, phrases, or sounds do we tolerate without thinking? And how can we creatively turn them on their heel? Let me know what you think when you see this one, and let me know if you have any other pet peeves we can collectively address (no pun intended).