Category Archives: Life Coaching

40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #3 Am I holding onto something that I need to let go of? The great Buddha once said, “Holding onto anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #2 What worries me about the future? Worrying can be one of the most unproductive and emotionally taxing things one can do. We’ve all done it at one time or another, and there … Continue reading

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The Questions We Ask Ourselves In my last post I mentioned the idea that the answers we seek are always there.  We just ask the wrong questions.  And even on those rare occasions that we DO ask the right questions. … Continue reading

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listen . . . silent . . . the same thing It has been awhile since I’ve posted on this blog. All for good reason. The time has well been spent, completing a certification course I’ve been working on since … Continue reading

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Missing the Train Have you ever found yourself in the position of missing the train?  You got to the station just a minute too late and were forced to stand there and watch the train pull away from the station … Continue reading

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The 14 Habits of Highly Miserable People

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It all starts right here The idea of gratitude has become almost trite in our society.  So many articles and blog posts.  So many books.  So many graphics.  So many inspiring (and often uninspiring) speeches.  You find yourself saying, “If … Continue reading

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Is it really about the money?

Is it really about the money? I’ve conducted several coaching sessions recently in which the presented issue was money and finances.  One centered on a couple who couldn’t seem to resolve issues over the timely payment of bills.  Another involved … Continue reading

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Your Greatest Enemy — Fear Itself In his first inaugural address, incoming President Franklin D. Roosevelt asserted his firm belief that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat … Continue reading

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How Do You Meet Your Basic Human Needs? According to human needs psychology, every single human being — no matter his or her nationality, race, religion (or lack thereof), gender, sexuality, culture, or socioeconomic status — shares six basic human … Continue reading

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