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How did I show up to that run?

To post or not to post in a social media group? That is the question! So, yes my little play on Shakespeare has to do with the those closed groups we at one point or another join.   1,054 more words

Family conflict is not a problem to be "fixed"

I’ve heard it said that anger is a sign that a value or need is being ignored. When you get angry at your child – what personal values or needs are not being respected? 1,246 more words

Parenting

Personal Motivation & Professional Relevance, Part 2

Developing Your Internal Coach

You’ve coached others to success through careful instruction, correction and positive affirmation.  Now it’s time for you to turn that approach inward.  709 more words

Leadership

Personal Motivation & Professional Relevance, Part 1

Most humans develop their initial thoughts and feelings about life from external sources of learning, influence and motivation.   These sources usually include parents, peers and personal heroes.   520 more words

Leadership

"If it isn't a clear yes, then it's a clear no."

Still on Essentialism by Greg Mckeown…  I like the idea of “if it isn’t a clear yes, then it’s a clear no.”  It does help simplify and clarify making decisions.   453 more words

Self Coaching

On Becoming an Essentialist vs. a Nonessentialist

My sister gave me a copy of the book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg Mckeown for Christmas and I had put on the night table beside my bed.   588 more words

Executive Coaching

How I Stopped Shaming Myself

I used to spend a lot of time and energy trying to be a runner.

And by runner, I mean someone who signs up for A LOT of extreme endurance events, tells everyone about it, and then never actually does them. 815 more words

Me Self-Coaching Me (Even Before I Knew What That Was)