[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I was in a leadership workshop with Laura Whitworth as a leader. She was instrumental in establishing early standards and foundational ideas in life coaching. I remember once feeling down, lost, sad, generally down in the dumps. And she scolded me not to waste the feeling without letting something go that needed to go. When … Read more When you go down the to depths
The tipping point of emotion Sometimes we get lucky. An outside event goes our way. But sometimes that tipping point of emotion comes from inside. An insight changes the game and offers a new perspective and path forward. What’s the insight that changes everything?
Strategic planning is useful in charting out a general course and assigning priority, but it can be time consuming and difficult to account for all the details, time and effort estimates, and problems that crop up. Creating or working toward deadlines amps up a task’s urgency and boosts short-term productivity, but too many deadlines lessens … Read more Using all your tools
I recently had this deep realization about the process that I use to craft curious coaching questions. It came earlier this week when I was leading my 2.0 Advanced Coach Training, and I’d like to share it with you. In explaining how I generate questions, I became more aware of how much I visualize what … Read more What’s the scene?
I took my daughters out snowboarding last week. They’ve been boarding now for three years, and both are amazing. One of my daughters just learned a new trick, and I couldn’t be happier for her. I could feel my heart sing at her achievement. In that moment, the world and all its problems melted away … Read more Those precious moments