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Category Archives: Personal Growth
Here are a few thoughts to take you into 2011. Find one or two that will serve you well, and then leave me a comment below! 1. Staying curious raises your level of consciousness. 2. Success depends on your willingness to … Continue reading
There are 15 days until 2011 begins. And Mercury will be retrograde for 14 of them. (Until Dec 30). It is said among astrologers and numerologists that during Mercury retrograde anything involving contracts, communications, and electronics has a tendency to … Continue reading
Recently I was coaching a client whom I had previously given a short assignment that included a visioning exercise. While talking about it during our next session my client expressed to me that part of it wasn’t really anything she … Continue reading
Sorry to have to bring this to your attention. But the Bluebird of Happiness is not in your future. So you can put away the field guide, the binoculars, and that picnic lunch you brought. How do I know this, … Continue reading
For the past 4 weeks I’ve been teaching a class I call the “Relationship Rescue Blueprint”. Many of the students participating have emailed me to let me know that they are really learning a lot and experiencing shifts in their … Continue reading
Dear Reader, what is that thing you are procrastinating about? (You know, that thing that just came to mind when you read that question.) I do not consider myself a procrastinator in general. I like to get things done. I … Continue reading
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A few months ago I had a conversation with my son. He was asking me why people sometimes stay in unsatisfactory relationships or situations for so long. I told him that, “When the pain of the current situation becomes greater than the … Continue reading
As children, most of us were taught to “say please and thank you.” Marshall Rosenberg said that anytime anyone expresses anything they are always either saying “please” or “thank you.” Often what we hear people say does not sound like … Continue reading