It takes courage for many of my clients to admit, even to themselves, what they truly most want—things they may not believe, at least for them, are… Read more “Finding Courage to Breach Your Comfort Zone and Realize Your Dreams”
In a Tough Situation?
There are many ways to uplift ourselves, even in the worst of times. The key is to guide our mind toward a brighter perspective through positive daily activities.
The Power of Peer Coaching
At the close of coaching engagements, I help clients strategize how to pursue continued development without the structure of regularly scheduled coaching sessions. Given most people’s packed… Read more “The Power of Peer Coaching”
What Are You Resisting?
I had the great pleasure recently of hearing my 92-year old father share his happiness about relocating from his home in Florida to assisted living in Boston… Read more “What Are You Resisting?”
What Story Are You Telling Yourself?
While I place great emphasis on how coaching clients are perceived by others, the foundation of our brand is based on how we see ourselves. For better… Read more “What Story Are You Telling Yourself?”
Ready for a Breakthrough?
Over the years, I’ve seen coaching clients face countless challenges. While the details have differed, every situation has had one thing in common: People’s perspective shaped both… Read more “Ready for a Breakthrough?”
The Gift of Kindness at Work
As a coach, I have the privilege of hearing not only about clients’ challenges, but also about the countless kindnesses they experience—good deeds often privately offered by… Read more “The Gift of Kindness at Work”
Neutralize Your Networking Nerves!
Here it is, Day Two of a conference you attended to build your network, and you’ve barely spoken with a soul, let alone made “connections.” It’s six… Read more “Neutralize Your Networking Nerves!”
What Are You Thinking?
I have spent 25 years coaching leaders in the workplace, and during this time, one thing has become increasingly clear to me: Our thoughts create our experience.… Read more “What Are You Thinking?”