Coaching

The Road to Resilience

Resilience. How can two people grow up in the same home, and yet end up completely different? Janet and Jessica were sisters, just 2 years apart. Jessica was younger, and always looked up to her older sister Janet, because she saw her as so very bright, talented and...

Getting better results

As a leadership and business coach, I am often asked to help business owners accelerate their results and business development. We strategize about generating more revenue and squeezing out more profit. In a recent session with a very promising business owner, we...

Navigating 2016: Authenticity, Alignment, and Abundance

For most of us, there is a “winding down” as one year draws to a close, and as a New Year begins to dawn. Part of this is spending time reflecting on the relationships, connections, and outcomes that have transpired, while looking deep within to process, sift, and...

A Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance

Moving forward into 2016, eat the meat of what you think will work for you in this article, and leave what won’t. But move forward with Work-Life Balance right away. Your personal life, and effectiveness as a coach or leader depends on it. And as your stress level goes down, and your success level goes up, those around you, the ones you know, serve and love, will thank you for following a Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance.

Dealing with the Pain

Her cries are still ringing in my ears as they pierced through the room. “It hurts!… (sob)… It hurts so bad!... (cry)… Can’t anyone do anything about this pain?... (sob)… It just hurts so bad! (cry)…” She would quiet down for a moment, and then begin again. “It...

The Most Over-Looked and Under-Appreciated Element in Business

The concept of character is one that doesn’t get a whole lot of airtime today, but it is absolutely critical for driving profit and productivity in any organization. Character can be defined as the combination of mental and moral qualities or features that...

Leadership

Getting better results

As a leadership and business coach, I am often asked to help business owners accelerate their results and business development. We strategize about generating more revenue and squeezing out more profit. In a recent session with a very promising business owner, we...

Navigating 2016: Authenticity, Alignment, and Abundance

For most of us, there is a “winding down” as one year draws to a close, and as a New Year begins to dawn. Part of this is spending time reflecting on the relationships, connections, and outcomes that have transpired, while looking deep within to process, sift, and...

A Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance

Moving forward into 2016, eat the meat of what you think will work for you in this article, and leave what won’t. But move forward with Work-Life Balance right away. Your personal life, and effectiveness as a coach or leader depends on it. And as your stress level goes down, and your success level goes up, those around you, the ones you know, serve and love, will thank you for following a Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance.

Dealing with the Pain

Her cries are still ringing in my ears as they pierced through the room. “It hurts!… (sob)… It hurts so bad!... (cry)… Can’t anyone do anything about this pain?... (sob)… It just hurts so bad! (cry)…” She would quiet down for a moment, and then begin again. “It...

The Most Over-Looked and Under-Appreciated Element in Business

The concept of character is one that doesn’t get a whole lot of airtime today, but it is absolutely critical for driving profit and productivity in any organization. Character can be defined as the combination of mental and moral qualities or features that...

6 Daily Routines To Elevate Your Impact

What do Warren Buffett (investor), Angela Merkel (chancellor), Barack Obama (president), and Winston Churchill (prime minister) have in common? What is the thread that ties together Jack Dorsey (entrepreneur), Maya Angelou (author), Benjamin Franklin (founding...

Self Enhancement

The Road to Resilience

Resilience. How can two people grow up in the same home, and yet end up completely different? Janet and Jessica were sisters, just 2 years apart. Jessica was younger, and always looked up to her older sister Janet, because she saw her as so very bright, talented and...

Navigating 2016: Authenticity, Alignment, and Abundance

For most of us, there is a “winding down” as one year draws to a close, and as a New Year begins to dawn. Part of this is spending time reflecting on the relationships, connections, and outcomes that have transpired, while looking deep within to process, sift, and...

A Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance

Moving forward into 2016, eat the meat of what you think will work for you in this article, and leave what won’t. But move forward with Work-Life Balance right away. Your personal life, and effectiveness as a coach or leader depends on it. And as your stress level goes down, and your success level goes up, those around you, the ones you know, serve and love, will thank you for following a Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance.

Dealing with the Pain

Her cries are still ringing in my ears as they pierced through the room. “It hurts!… (sob)… It hurts so bad!... (cry)… Can’t anyone do anything about this pain?... (sob)… It just hurts so bad! (cry)…” She would quiet down for a moment, and then begin again. “It...

6 Daily Routines To Elevate Your Impact

What do Warren Buffett (investor), Angela Merkel (chancellor), Barack Obama (president), and Winston Churchill (prime minister) have in common? What is the thread that ties together Jack Dorsey (entrepreneur), Maya Angelou (author), Benjamin Franklin (founding...

The Most Understated Habits of Highly-Productive People

16%. According to research, only 16% of the population fall into the “high performance category”. 16% fall in the “low-performing” category, and fully 68% are assessed as “average performers.” (http://www.giombettiassoc.com/high_performance_people.php). For a time in...

Spiritual Growth

The Road to Resilience

Resilience. How can two people grow up in the same home, and yet end up completely different? Janet and Jessica were sisters, just 2 years apart. Jessica was younger, and always looked up to her older sister Janet, because she saw her as so very bright, talented and...

Navigating 2016: Authenticity, Alignment, and Abundance

For most of us, there is a “winding down” as one year draws to a close, and as a New Year begins to dawn. Part of this is spending time reflecting on the relationships, connections, and outcomes that have transpired, while looking deep within to process, sift, and...

A Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance

Moving forward into 2016, eat the meat of what you think will work for you in this article, and leave what won’t. But move forward with Work-Life Balance right away. Your personal life, and effectiveness as a coach or leader depends on it. And as your stress level goes down, and your success level goes up, those around you, the ones you know, serve and love, will thank you for following a Balanced Approach to Work-Life Balance.

Dealing with the Pain

Her cries are still ringing in my ears as they pierced through the room. “It hurts!… (sob)… It hurts so bad!... (cry)… Can’t anyone do anything about this pain?... (sob)… It just hurts so bad! (cry)…” She would quiet down for a moment, and then begin again. “It...

6 Daily Routines To Elevate Your Impact

What do Warren Buffett (investor), Angela Merkel (chancellor), Barack Obama (president), and Winston Churchill (prime minister) have in common? What is the thread that ties together Jack Dorsey (entrepreneur), Maya Angelou (author), Benjamin Franklin (founding...

5 Critical Things for 2015

Typically, any given year involves so much planning, effort, control, and even stress that we are pretty “wound up” as it ends. So, there is always a “winding down” as one year draws to a close, and as a New Year begins to dawn. We spend time reflecting, pondering,...