I used to have a big problem with over-commitment myself. Now I consider myself a recovering over-committer. I still fall off the wagon a couple of times per year, but it used to be a daily constant state. How Do You Know If You Are Over-committed? You are sitting still. … [Read more...] about Over-commitment: How to Get Off of the Hamster Wheel
Does this sound familiar? I feel like my brain is always going, and it feels impossible to slow it down. When I'm at home, I'm thinking about work, and when I'm at work, I'm wishing I was at home. When I go on vacation, I find myself worried about things back home or at work. … [Read more...] about Too Many Tabs Open
This post was originally posted on our coaching website. Failing and fear of failure have been such a prevalent issue still of late that I was looking at past posts to send to clients. I read this one again and it was an inspiration to me. I couldn’t write a better new post if … [Read more...] about How to Stop Failure
The Problem Around ten years into our marriage, my wife and I were arguing daily about a subject that many couples face. We had three preschoolers at the time. This phone call may sound familiar to you: Me: “I have to stay at work late. . . again.” My wife: … [Read more...] about The Phone Call: I Have to Work Late
Think about where you are today. I don’t mean just what building you are in or what errand you are running. I mean, why are you in the city, in the job, in the relationship, or at the particular university you are in today? In other words, what series of decisions did you make … [Read more...] about Drifting Through Life
By choosing to embrace and practice good values every day, you may not always get what you desire, but you will always be the person you desire to be. –John Maxwell Values Define Us One of the many things we do in the office is help our clients reflect on who they … [Read more...] about Are You the Person You Want to Be?