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Emotions Running Strong? Start with the STATE Principle.

“In the course of my life, I have often had to eat my words, and I must confess I have always found it a wholesome diet.” ~Winston Churchill
Have you been involved in any of these conversations or ones like these lately?

Talking to a colleague about a sensitive issue;
Giving your boss some feedback […]

SMARTER goals are smarter than SMART goals

I attended a writer’s workshop a few weeks ago where Nina Amir, a nonfiction writers’ and high performance coach talked about a concept of having SMARTER goals.

I am very familiar with SMART goals as I work with my clients on creating goals that use this mnemonic acronym. It stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, […]

7 Tips to Keep You Positive and Excited

“Don’t think to much. You’ll create a problem that wasn’t even there in the first place.” – Unknown
A few weeks ago I wrote about how positivity trumps negativity every time and provides us many health benefits.
Someone asked me how I was able to get positive and excited in my day-to-day activities when I don’t […]

The best investment you can make…

Start Investing in You.
You’re Worth It.
Answer These 4 Questions to Find Out How.

“You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.”  – Richard Branson
One of my greatest strengths is embracing the role of life-long-learner. I am constantly learning just for the joy of it but also […]

Focus, Damn it! Focus!

“The saints, too, had wandering minds. The saints, too, had constantly to recall their constantly wandering mind-child home. They became saints because they continued to go after the little wanderer, like the Good Shepherd.” Peter Kreeft
I don’t think I quite fall into the ‘saint’ category, but I am happy to hear that they, too, […]

Work Life Balance…. Ha! Ha! Ha! NO WAY!

“There’s no such thing as work-life balance. There are work-life choices, and you make them, and they have consequences.” – Jack Welch

I met with one of my clients for our first meeting where we set expectations of each other. One of the first assignments I give my clients is to write down their top […]

Positivity Trumps Negativity

“A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.”
~Herm Albright

I love this quote because even though I get so annoyed at exceptionally happy and positive people (especially in the early a.m.), I strive to be just like them.

Through some research I’m doing […]

The Importance of Acknowledging Others

The best way to acknowledge others. Stop. Look. See each other.

How many times have we asked someone “How are you?” hoping we don’t get more than a one-word response such as “Fine” or “Good?” How often do we just continue to walk on and not stop to acknowledge the person answering—or perhaps asking—the question, […]

What Is It Like To Be You?

If a question can be loved, I love this question.

I don’t recall who first asked me this question, but when I was asked, I do remember feeling a bit stunned at its power. I was surprised that I could not easily find the words to explain to the other person what it was like […]

One Way Getting Gutsy Changed My Life

Have you ever had someone say something to you that shook your world and made you feel totally worthless?  I have and here’s what I did about it.

One year out of college I was working in business at an international company. It was January, the dreaded “Personnel Management Performance Review” time. I walked into […]