Recently I found my self having to embrace and use a technique that I often coach my clients to use, personally and professionally. Reframing perspective is so simple, yet can be so difficult to do, especially on our own. The rewards, however, are freeing.
Ever Feel This Way?
Late in the afternoon on a recent Wednesday, . . . → Read More: Reframing Perspective: Lightening My Load
Why Your Standard To-Do Lists Aren’t Enough
For many of my coaching clients, the typical To-Do Lists are an important tool in their daily/weekly/monthly efforts to stay organized and on top of all their tasks and to keep their projects organized.
I’m often asked if there’s a To-Do List style that works best. My . . . → Read More: To-Do Lists That Work
Intentions are like seeds. Actions are like water. What are you growing? Continue reading Where Are You Focusing Your Intentions And Actions?
Leadership Traits For Showing Up As A Leader
This past week many people around the world celebrated Easter and Passover. Putting aside the traditions and religious aspects of each of these holidays, both Easter and Passover center around freedom, renewal, re-birth, possibilities and opportunities. Interestingly, these are leadership traits that often come up at . . . → Read More: Taking A Leadership Role
Can You Change Direction Just By Turning Your Wheel?
If you’re a regular reader of this blog or if you’ve liked us on Facebook (If you haven’t, why not click here and do it now?), you know I draw a lot of inspiration as well as life and leadership lessons from my . . . → Read More: Adjusting Course: Leadership Lessons From The Bike
Does Your Mood Dictate Your Attitude?
I often get asked about my positive attitude. The most common question is, “Aren’t you ever in a bad mood? You’re always so positive.” While I never like to laugh at a serious question, I can’t help but chuckle when some one says that to me. Once . . . → Read More: Defining And Nurturing Your Positive Attitude
Motivation from a Dan Millman Quote
Yesterday morning I was reminded that creating happiness is an inside job. A Facebook friend’s post got me thinking about a flight I took from Detroit to Tucson about five years ago. During that flight, I watched Peaceful Warrior, the movie based on Dan Millman’s book, The Way of The . . . → Read More: Creating Happiness In The Journey
There’s a new term floating around the airwaves. Conscious uncoupling has been in the news a lot because of the recent announcement by Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin that they are choosing to end their 10 year marriage.
Having successfully navigated a very mutual and amicable ending of a 22 year marriage in recent . . . → Read More: Conscious Uncoupling: Mindfulness In Action
Harnessing The Power Of Your Fear
The Zig Ziglar quote below is one of my favorites. Instead of automatically allowing fear to stop you in your tracks, Zig’s quote serves as a great way to reframe and examine the reason for it.
What if you used your fear as beacon of light? What if you . . . → Read More: Fear: How You Use It Is Your Choice