Lost? Maybe asking a better question might be helpful.

IF YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW TO ASK THE RIGHT QUESTION, YOU DISCOVER NOTHING W Edwards Deming I have noticed with clients in the early stages of the coaching conversation that they are primarily focused on understanding “why” things are the way they are. Questions like:Why am I always depressed?Why can’t I stop this?Why am… Read More

Mindset to Thrive Summit is on this week! (FREE PASS)

The highly valuable free summit I told you about last week starts TODAY and runs every day this week through Friday the 7th. Each day you can watch six recorded video interviews from our group of 30 influential speakers (check whose who through the link), who reveal how they made the shift from limited assumptions… Read More

Thinking about making a Resolution? – read this first

Yes, it is that time of year again. When most, and I know you are not most because you are reading this (thank you for that BTW), are reassessing themselves over the things that they have not done over the last year. What is a Resolution?

I Think and Therefore I Must Be

Ok, I might have changed a word or two. Yes, René Descartes, Cogito, ergo sum first written in his Discourse on the Method, is usually translated into English as “I think, therefore I am“. Our minds are flawed. Many times our perceptions of things are not as they seem and more of a figment of our… Read More

Five Simple Steps for Better Conversations

“Everybody’s Talkin‘” is a song written and recorded by singer-songwriter Fred Neil in 1966. One of my favorite renditions is by Harry Nilsson. The first line goes like this: “Everybody’s is talkin’ at me, I can’t hear a word they are saying. Only the echoes of my mind…” Reminds me so much of what I… Read More

What do you do when the score is 12 – 3 for the other team?

What do you do when the score is 12 – 3 for the other team and there is still a period to play? Just got back from watching a G-kid play in his Pee-wee hockey game. To say it was a little lopsided is a bit of an understatement. They were outskated, outplayed and that… Read More