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These days, home-based businesses are not at all uncommon. More people are jumping at the opportunity to work from home in order to enjoy more time with the family, less time and expense spent in lengthy commutes, and, all in all, better work-life balance. And of cours...

November 18, 2019

Let's imagine you and I are in a coaching partnership. I, the coach, and you, the coachee, are equal participants. Here's what it's like. Coaching is client-centered. You set the agenda and give input in designing the coaching relationship. You are actively involved in...

October 7, 2019

It will only take a few minutes to read, but you'll come away with an awareness that can change your life. I'm referring to an article I posted on LinkedIn. It will help you identify the one tool in your executive functioning toolbox that needs sharpening.

My inspiratio...

August 18, 2019

Saying is not doing.

Deciding is not achieving.

Good intentions don't always lead to the expected outcome.

Success is easily derailed when you go it alone. Failure can be the result of lack of discipline, clarity, insight, preparation or confidence. Resources are often o...

April 2, 2019

This infographic gives great tips.  From my coaching and personal life, I see confidence as a magic ingredient for both success and happiness. If we could buy confidence in a store, I'm sure we'd purchase it.

Trying one of the eleven suggestions today and using it for...

February 2, 2019

Do you know anyone who lives a cocooned life? She might be so set in her ways that she never tries anything new. He might be so self-conscious that he avoids the social life that he craves. This cocoon is called the “comfort zone”. It’s a place of sameness and perceive...

January 9, 2019

Here's the first of a series of videos on coaching.

December 21, 2018

Most of us value self-improvement and the opportunity to start anew when given a clean slate. While we are interested in making a resolution, it’s been estimated that only 8% of us actually follow through on our plans. Why?

A typical resolution sets us up for failure.