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
I recently returned from a trip to Michigan. While I was there, I visited the charming little town of Holland for the Tulip Festival. We stopped by Windmill Island to experience what was essentially a sampler of the Netherlands, complete with tulip fields, windmills, street … [Read more...] about Social Media and the Carefully Crafted Image
Today my to-do list is longer than my day. Sometimes I feel like a hamster on a wheel, running and running and getting nowhere. In other words, I am stressed! So what? Everyone is stressed, so what is the big deal? Well, it is a big deal, actually. Just because stress is common … [Read more...] about Are You Stressed?
They say the only sure things in life are death and taxes. I’d like to add STRESS to the list. No one is immune. In American, we live in a fast-paced, high stimulation environment. We have hundreds of details to manage and sort through every day. Email, text messages, phone … [Read more...] about 4 Things to Do When You Are About to Snap in Two
In gathering your summer reading, I’m guessing few of you said, "Hey! I think I’d like to read some Puritan literature! What a fun bunch of guys!” Nope. Most of us get a little itchy when the Puritans are mentioned. Images of mandatory American Literature classes and dour-faced … [Read more...] about The Treasure of Contentment
Today while driving to work, I heard a report on NPR that blew me away. The news report said a recent survey confirms college women are the HIGHEST risk group for rape. 1 in 5, or 20% of college women admitted to being raped, but most decided not to report the crime. This is … [Read more...] about Thinking About The Unthinkable