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Author Archives: Cindie
Wednesday morning I was in my office getting ready to coach a long time client and I realized that a certain thing I have imagined, dreamed of, planned for, and desired is finally coming to pass. The thing that made … Continue reading
Recently a close friend of mine hung a sign on her closet door. The sign is an antique car sign that says “Tourist”. She said to me, “It’s hanging on the closet door hinges to remind me of Grandpa who … Continue reading
We are two weeks into 2012, and I have been thinking about how we tend to look forward to each new year–making plans and wondering what the new year will bring. And yet, for all of our gazing into the … Continue reading
In just a few days we will be entering a new year, 2012. I realize that you will possibly be inundated by all kinds of ideas about resolutions, goal setting, and self-improvement, along with a slew of offerings for new … Continue reading
Three conversations in as many days…three different relationships: business, parent/child, and romantic. One issue: Frustration. The fix: Boundaries. Now, about that list…yes, it is the holiday season and I realize that my title and picture bring to mind the popular … Continue reading
THE COMFORT ZONE. It is a phrase we have all heard before, and I suppose that we each have our own perception of just what it means. We are admonished by motivational speakers, ministers, teachers, bosses, and coaches to … Continue reading
Are you a planner? Someone who meticulously plans every detail of every detail? My son and I often have a discussion about plans. His take, in a nutshell: “Plans Fail.” My take: “You HAVE to plan!! How can you get anything … Continue reading
Is it possible? To be thankful for every single thing? With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us here in the U.S., I’m reading all of the sentiments being posted in social media and I see people mentioning all of the things … Continue reading
For just a moment, think about the last time you experienced a heavy conversation, or an uncomfortable experience with someone. Are you aware that your reactions and responses were all about you? Quite possibly the other party was blaming … Continue reading