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Category Archives: Coaching
Recently I had a conversation that included the words “hard work”. My client related to me that a certain situation “was hard work, but worth it.” Now, to be fair, I think we all can relate to that statement. Certainly, … Continue reading
This week I’ve been aware of how often people have weak boundaries, or really no boundaries at all. Do you say “yes” to requests others make of you when you would really rather decline? (Are you “shoulding” on yourself?) Do … Continue reading
Yesterday someone told me that recently they were aware that they’ve been continually starting things (lots of “things”!) without finishing them. Typically we catagorize this as “procrastination”. What is that thing you are procrastinating about? What is that thing you … Continue reading
This past week I recognized a trending theme in some of my coaching sessions; the desire to feel safe. The common denominators: Each client that communicated this desire was a woman, and all of them were referring to relationships with … Continue reading
This week I am continuing to answer questions that I get from my clients and readers… One of the questions I get asked often from people who want an awesome relationship is “Where will I find him (or her)?” Well, … Continue reading
How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg. ~Abraham Lincoln Wait. What? Did I just say that— That positive thinking isn’t always positive? … Continue reading
Are you happy? Grateful? Do you realize the distinction between the two? I read a few articles recently that talked about the link between the two, and went as far as to suggest that gratitude is a stepping stone to … 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
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