Are You Too Comfortable?
Are You Too Comfortable? When in our comfort zone we’re on auto-pilot. We may feel confident, relaxed, secure, snug even – it’s an easy and comfortable place to be. As humans, we do not like to feel uncomfortable. The question is, have you outstayed your welcome in the comfort zone? Answer the following questions to […]Continue reading
It’s your story, but should you stick to it?
It’s your story, but should you stick to it? You’ve probably heard the expression, “That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. But when it comes to changing our life, we often can do better by changing the story that we tell ourselves about our life. This doesn’t mean telling falsehoods, but it does mean […]Continue reading
6 Keys to Building and Leading a Team
6 Keys to Building and Leading a Team "A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves." -Lao Tzu You don’t manage a team to victory. You lead them. Building a great team requires a great leader. John Wooden […]Continue reading
Discover the Many Benefits and Advantages of Using a Life Coach
Discover the Many Benefits and Advantages of Using a Life Coach The trials and tribulations of life can seem overwhelming at times. You are a good person. You work hard, try to do the right thing, and make every effort to please those around you. But no matter how much you give there appears to […]Continue reading
Resilience: 8 Traits of Resilient People Resilience is a skill that can be developed and honed. Like a muscle, the more we develop it, the stronger it gets. Often times, we simply survive a trauma or difficult experience. By developing our resilience muscle, we can not only survive, but also thrive. Bouncing back from life's […]Continue reading
CLEAR Parenting I don’t claim to be an expert on parenting, but I am a parent and I have learned a few things over the years while raising my daughter and studying parenting and child behavior. This led me to develop what I call CLEAR parenting. Communication and Consistency Love and Laughter Empathy and Energy […]Continue reading
Self Doubt: What Can Be Done About It? We all know what self doubt is. It’s the lack of confidence in oneself and one’s abilities. I don’t know many people who never have these feelings. Perhaps you’ve heard the quote “When you doubt your power, you give power to your doubt.” I’ve seen this attributed […]Continue reading
How Do You Want To Be Remembered?
How Do You Want To Be Remembered? A recent personal loss got me thinking... My friend wrote this post and I thought it was worth sharing. Guest post by John Manuel It's time for a real talk, friends. It's a lengthy story, but there's a point to it all I promise. Just bear with me […]Continue reading
From Home to Assisted Living With Dignity and Grace
From Home to Assisted Living Some transitions are exciting, some transitions are scary and some are harder than others, but all transitions come with at least some uncertainty. Transitioning your loved one into a nursing home or assisted living situation can be one of the most difficult changes for everyone involved. This is not just […]Continue reading
He proposed, you accepted…..now what?
He proposed, you accepted...now what? Getting married is a wonderful, magical and momentous occasion. From the excitement of the proposal to the day of the nuptials, there is so much to do and so many decisions to make. Wedding planners are a good start. They help with all of the "I do" details and can […]Continue reading
Six Tips to Guide You From Academia to Employment
Six Tips to Guide You From Academia to Employment Now you're a graduate! You worked hard, studied hard and took out loans to pay your way through school…Now what? Today’s graduates face a very different job market than say, 10-15 years ago. The job market isn’t as robust as it was back then. On top of […]Continue reading
Women's Empowerment Last night I attended a screening of a documentary that was quite inspiring and powerful. When I answered the online invite I decided that I would take my teenage daughter. After all, it was a documentary about women called the The Empowerment Project with the tag line - 'Ordinary women doing extraordinary things.' The […]Continue reading