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MEDIA RELEASES

2012

Top 10 Reasons Women Hire a Coach
Closing the Gender Pay Gap

2011

Can You See Me Now? Career Advancement Guide for Women
Excessive Subjectivity: Beware the Silent Career Killer
Gender Wage Gap for New Grads
How to Coach Executive Women
How Coaching Shatters the Glass Ceiling
What If Jeff Bridges Were A Woman?
Start the Year with a Career Audit

MEDIA APPEARANCES

2012

Cracking the Pink Ceiling
Dr. Daly talks to The Journal Record about a new study showing that the gender pay gap begins at college graduation. [read]

How to Flex Your Confidence Muscle
Globe & Mail business columnist Leah Eichler asks Dr. Daly about women, confidence, and the workplace. [read]

2011

4 Ways to Ask Your Boss for What You Want
“The Careerist” blogger Vivia Chen features Dr. Daly’s techniques for speaking up at work. [read]

Career Advancement is a Skill
Dr. Daly talks with KRLD (Dallas) anchor Mitch Carr about how women can promote themselves at work. [listen]

For Women Facing 17% Wage Gap, a Not-so-Happy Graduation
In an Op-Ed essay for the Austin-American Statesman, Dr. Daly considers the implications of a new study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. [read]

Why Women Need Clarity
Littlepinkbook.com, the online business magazine for women, features Dr. Daly’s career advice. [read]

The Promise and Pitfalls of a Do-Over!
MariaShriver.com shares stories and strategies for women looking for a Do-Over! [read]

2010

The Business Startup as Do-Over!
Dr. Daly talks to “Women’s Watch” (WBZ) about the pleasures and pitfalls when women start their own businesses. [listen]

What’s a Do-Over!?
What’s a Do-Over!? WBZ’s Laurie Kirby asks Dr. Daly to tell her own reinvention story. [listen]

Career Transition: Professor Turns Coach
Dr. Daly explains to Inside Higher Ed how she managed her career transition from university professor to coach. [read]

How to Network without being Fake, Cheesy, or Smarmy
For the Austin-American Statesman, Dr. Daly offers top tips for effective networking. [read]

How to Get Past a Breakup
Dr. Daly offers Do-Over! advice for the newly single. [read]

Family Circle Magazine: How to Avoid Holiday Burnout
Family Circle Magazine taps Dr. Daly for her tips for stressing less during the holidays. [read]

Year-End Advice: Get Strategic
The Austin-American Statesman asks Dr. Daly to contribue her year-end words of wisdom. [read]

Women: How to Succeed in Business
The Killeen Daily Herald features Dr. Daly’s speech at the Women’s Leadership Conference held by the American Business Women’s Association, Central Texas. [read]

How to Plan Your Reinvention
As a guest on “Financial Success for Today’s Women” radio show, Dr. Daly explains how women can jumpstart their Do-Overs! [listen]

Women’s Do-Overs!
As a guest on “The Mel Robbins” radio show, Dr. Daly talks about women who are reinventing their lives. [listen]

Become the Change-Agent of Your Own Career
The Houston Examiner recaps Dr. Daly’s career advice for professional women. [read]

Manage Your Focus, Not Your Time
WomenEntrepreneur.com interviews Dr. Daly about how business women can pay more attention to big-picture thinking and strategy. [read]

How to Avoid Top 3 Do-Over! Mistakes
Michelle Valles interviews Dr. Daly on “Austin Live” (KEYE-TV) about this Friday’s Do-Over! workshop. [watch]

Mommy-Profiling
Dr. Daly talks with the Career Fridays columnist at Essence.com about taking control of your professional identity. [read]

Workplace Practices Can Sabotage Women’s Careers
Essence.com reprints
Dr. Daly’s Top 10 Unwritten Rules for Working Women.
[read]

At Work: How to Stand Out in the Crowd
On Essence.com: Dr. Daly shares her strategies for gaining ground in this tough economy. She explains how to boost your visibility and boost your value.
[read]

Avoid Crisis Mode: Start a Policy
Success for Women asks Dr. Daly for her advice on meeting those New Year’s goals.
[read]

Life Coach Ann Daly Launches Do-Over! Audiobook
What’s a Do-Over!? Dr. Daly explains to Life Guide columnist Sarah Beckham of the Austin-American Statesman what her new book offers to women in transition.
[read]

2009

Top 10 Unwritten Rules for Working Women
ForbesWoman spotlights Dr. Daly’s manifesto on sexism in the workplace. [read]

Balance Expo Speaker Discusses Clarity
Ann talks with Austin-American Statesman columnist Sarah Beckham about how good questions help us pay attention to ourselves. [read]

Women’s Studies Professor Turns Life Coach
Your Austin magazine profiles Ann Daly, who tells her own “Do-Over!” story. [read]

Talking about Clarity on Oprah & Friends’ “Peter Walsh Show”
As a featured guest, Ann talks with organization expert Peter Walsh about minimizing stress. What can we learn from President “no-drama” Obama? [listen]

When Should You Consider Going Back to School?
Ann answers this week’s “Sound Off” question, about executive education, from the Austin Business Journal. [read]

2008

WomenBloom.com: A Year of Clarity is “a Great Resource”
Allison Allen blogs about Ann’s new book, A Year of Clarity: The Monthly Guide for Women, and the launch party at BookWoman bookstore. [read]

Abandon the Fairytale of Work-Life Balance
Ann Daly urges women to give up the fairytale of “work-life balance”

when she visits “The Ladies Room with Lolis” radio program. Instead, Ann says, start thinking strategically about your long-term goals. [listen]

Clarity is the Antidote to “Work-Life Balance”
Listen to Ann’s guest apperance on “Your Friendly Next Door Neighbor” radio talk show. It used to be that women waited for their prince to come. Now we’re waiting for “balance” to arrive. News flash. It’s not going to ride into town on a white horse, either. If you want to feel less harried and more productive, forget “balance.” Start making strategic choices every day to create the life you want. [listen]

2007

In the Ladies Room with Ann Daly
Ann spends a rollicking hour discussing CLARITY: How to Accomplish What Matters Most with Lolis Garcia-Baab. “The Ladies Room with Lolis” is the Lone Star State’s premier radio resource for women. [listen]

A Coffee with . . . Ann Daly
Austin American-Statesman writer Melanie Spencer interviews Ann Daly about clarity coaching and her new book, CLARITY: How to Accomplish What Matters Most. [read]

A Lifetime of Clarity
Ann Daly is profiled by Chantal Outon inAustinwoman Magazine: “Author Ann Daly Teaches Women How to Live Life in the Clear.” [read]

Get Clear & Get Successful!
Ann Daly talks with Allan Hunkin, host of “Wake Up to Success,” about clarity, success, and accomplishing what matters most. [listen]

Clarity, the Book
Ann Daly talks with “The Coaching Show” host Christopher McAuliffe about her new book, CLARITY: How to Accomplish What Matters Most. [listen]

Clarity Coaching
Ann Daly appears on “The Coaching Show,” internet radio’s voice of professional coaching. She shares her five-step program for developing
clarity. [listen]

media inquiries: media@anndaly.com