Finding Your Calm in Uncertain Times

These are challenging times, no doubt. One of my favorite authors, Glennon Doyle always says, WE CAN DO HARD THINGS. And I know this to be true, and I am sure if you are reading this, you know this to be true as well. ... [Read More]
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Undo the Doing Part of You

A client recently shared with me that the word  “homework” is triggering for her. I asked her to name what the word “homework” means to her. She instantly said it feels like having to get out her computer and do spreadsheets. She noticed she felt contracted and resistant. I loved this exploration with her a... [Read More]
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Inspiration, Effort, and Flow

I love thinking about life through the seasons, especially the older I become.  Each season brings us a new beginning and ending-- weather, foods, flowers, plants, and trees.  Nature reminds us that nothing stays the same, yet there is a beautiful rhythm we can expect in life. The sun rises, the moon shines at night. The sun shines greater in sum... [Read More]
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Rethinking the Way We Set Goals

Part of being successful is picking the right goals for yourself. Setting yourself up for success is a major aspect of gaining satisfaction in your career and in your family life. Often though, we set ourselves up for failure by having goals that simply cannot be accomplished. Not only does setting impossible goals guarantee failure, it blocks us f... [Read More]
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Bountiful Boundaries

Boundaries are so important – especially during times of transition. Conscious change takes commitment and action. Before we take action we often need to envision what we want and in what direction we are heading. Once we have the vision, it is inevitable that routines and schedules need to change in order to realize it. When you begin coachi... [Read More]
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Moving from Conflict to Connection

I once had a professor (an expert in conflict and communication) say that in life we are either presently in a conflict, just getting out of conflict or about to enter a conflict. Conflict is the condition in which people’s concerns - the things they care about - appear to be incompatible. Conflict is inevitable. Human beings are dynamic and can ... [Read More]
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Appreciation

Appreciation is so powerful both for the receiver and the giver and in my humble opinion we do not appreciate each other enough both in our personal lives as well as work. Appreciating someone can open them up to their greatness, their potential, and their inspiration and giving the appreciation can do the same for you. In coaching we focus on t... [Read More]
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