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Words of Wisdom

Two Words to help you be Kinder Every Time

Recently I’ve been telling a lot of people that I think we, as a society, are increasingly showing a lack of basic human kindness toward each other. It seems we were a lot kinder to each other a mere 10 years ago. I think our full, busy and stressful lives have been a big […]

How Changing a Belief Helped Me Change an Assumption

I always took great pride in my ability to accomplish a lot. I was one of the fastest “Check it off, it’s done” people I knew. During a leadership program I attended, I pulled aside the leader and told her, “I am getting impatient with all these people. They seem to take forever to […]

Five Expert Productivity Tips I’m Trying This Year

I’ve been doing quite a bit of reflection over this past week and I’ve been looking at what will make me more productive. Self-confession, I have a focus issue and follow the shiniest object that appears in front of me. This causes me to have too much ‘to do’ on that ‘to do’ pile […]

Instructions for Life

Quite a few years back someone wished me good karma and sent me this list of what the Dalai Lama had to say to bring in a new year.

I found this list, his “Instructions for Life” to be a very useful reminder of what is important in both my personal and professional life. I […]

Reflect On These Four Questions

“If we would only give, just once, the same amount of reflection to what we want to get out of life that we give to the question of what to do with a two week’s vacation, we would be startled at our false standards and the aimless procession of our busy days.” ~Dorothy Canfield […]

Why Failing Fabulously Is Critical

Fail fabulously. I first heard this term when I was attending coach training, and I disliked it from the moment I heard it. What was fabulous about failing? Failing was failing, and you couldn’t convince me that it was a fabulous experience. I had never experienced it in that way.

Admit it: We all make […]

Ready to Play Bigger? Gotta Go for the GULP.

When you are thinking about taking a risk to change something in your life, you know you are in the GULP zone when you take a look at the step or leap you are considering, and you get a little bit afraid, or maybe a lot, that’s going for the GULP.

When you take a […]

Enrolling Others in Your Vision…They May be Waiting for You

“The greatest need of human beings is for a sense of meaning and purpose in life.” – Victor Frankel
One of the most valuable lessons I am learning in life is that I don’t need to do it alone. ‘It’ can be defined as almost anything I do, including developing a new program for one of […]

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, […]