for counselors and all types of coaches—transformative, life, sports, relationship, business, leadership. All coaching has at least one commonality; the foundation of our practice begins with our being. Each of these books addresses that in one way or another
i struggled with this in the past—and like many others, it rooted from my childhood and seeped its way into relationships as i matured
any time someone—whom i had a close relationship with—would try to change a behaviour of mine, i would
Reminders to focus on who you are being for people instead of what you are doing for people or saying tom people, creating impact beyond words.
Develop your listening skills and become a deeper, more impactful listener with these short insights.
You look for energy to pull you in one direction because you feel a thought-created pull in the opposite direction. Therefore, you resist that opposing pull and call this energy willpower.
In a world of deadlines and so-called busyness, most people I know don’t even give themselves 10 minutes of their own time on a daily basis to connect, reflect, and express love for themselves. This is what is needed for any relationship to maintain itself and flourish, whether it be with another or with ourselves.
I have a client who has been running for a seat at the table in his region for the better part of a year now.
The vote that would determine his fate passed recently, except, nobody got a chance to vote for him. He resigned from running on the morning of the big day.
Here’s the 2 ideas we discussed during our conversation.
Ever wondered whether your actions are helping or enabling another? My hope is that these insights will allow you to see with more clarity.
When it comes time to make an important decision, a potentially life altering, game-breaking decision, how are we to know what to do?
Some would day use logic
Some would say use ration
Some would say listen to your emotions (maybe?)
Some would say follow your gut
Some would say call a friend
What many don’t say is…
Review of the top 10 best personal development books I read this year. This is not your typical list of the best books for personal growth and development…
A liberated mind does not judge itself; it accepts what arises and understands that it does not need to attempt to control the uncontrollable…
Our lives are chock-full of illogical idiosyncrasies. Most of us lead lives of confusion and complexity mainly because we over-complicate the simple, and reverse the straightforward. Here are some absurd ironies we all live by or have lived by at one time or another…
How do you currently view your home? What does your home represent to you? A sanctuary? A war zone? A workplace? A retreat? A warm welcome? A stress inducer? If your home represents anything but what you would like it to, do you want to change that?
How would you like to be able to make better decisions just by asking yourself 2 shockingly simple questions? These 2 questions will have the power to rock your beliefs, shift your perspective immediately, and create clarity before you make a decision that could lead to a costly mistake…
I’ve witnessed many times the kid who clearly gave a phenomenal effort during a hockey game, only to have their efforts overshadowed by the kid who scored the winning goal yet put forth a petty effort for the entire game…