Perspective is a wonderful thing, particularly at this time of year. The world has seen many crises, upsets, and disappointments in 2016. I too have personally experienced a big crisis this past year. How do we find the good
For the last few years, life coaching has been my primary preoccupation. I have had great experiences with my clients, colleagues, and readers of this blog. The issues we focused on with many of my clients were often practical
Here is a short list of common Mental Life Pollutants: Yesterday’s resentments Angers Grudges Wounds Unforgiveness Limiting beliefs (“I am not smart enough”, “I would fail for sure if I tried that“) They ARE clingy and stubborn. They
Most of us do not like being in a bad mood and will do almost anything to improve it. I think of moods as having no exact starting or ending. Moods, unlike emotions, are not targeted or aimed at anything
I could not resist re-blogging this recent post from the talented Seth Godin: Actually, it goes the other way Wouldn’t it be great to be gifted? In fact… It turns out that choices lead to habits. Habits become talents. Talents are labeled gifts.