Live In The Present

“Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone.” Louis L’Amour How many times have you heard: be in the present“be here now”live

Until We Are Lost

“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” ~Henry David Thoreau Have you ever felt lost in your life? Maybe there was a time when you absolutely had no direction? Decisions were hard to

Hindsight Is 2020

Hindsight is 2020 This has such a different meaning for us these days. January 1, 2021 will be a huge farewell to the pandemic experience that keeps on giving. And, as you look back at

Why Coaching Your Staff Is Failing

Have you ever worked in an organization that decided to launch a coaching program? Maybe this was part of leadership training or a benefit available for the staff. Did you notice that the very same

Anatomy Of Change

How many times have you gotten frustrated with trying to make a change in your life? Maybe it’s eating habits, language skills, or improving interpersonal relationships. No matter what it is, realize that there is

What is Living With Purpose Anyway

Follow your dream! Follow your purpose! Take a leap of faith and go for it! If you’re anything like me, sometimes all this noise about purpose can be annoying. For some, these statements make you

My Focus Is Scattered

How many times have you felt like a scatter brain? You start with one task, an email of phone call comes in, maybe someone interrupts what you are doing, and you are off on another

Something To Live For

Have you or someone you know had those moments of feeling lost, trapped, or frustrated? Your world just seems to be unravelling and your emotions are out of control? Having a plan or a direction

You Are My Polarity

There was a time when I did not understand why you came into my life Now I know You are my polarity Boredom creeped in, you sought refuge elsewhere I thought I should leave Now

The Burden of Failure

“When we accept that perfection is an illusion in life, we no longer carry the burden of failure. We simply recommit.” Gail Kraft How many of you, or those you know, have felt the sting