In part one, I wrote about what it was like with a primitive brain and its essential function. If you had not read it yet, you could access it HERE. In this post, I want to jump forward about a few thousand years, maybe a million, to where we are today. Here is a chart… Read More
When I think about taming, the image that comes up is with my daughters trying to tame their hair in the morning. Always trying to get it just right, and the hair was just not cooperating. With a bit of understanding of what was going on, they were able to change things in their approach… Read More
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
Shakespeare was a pretty enlightened character. Several of his plays pointed to that the world is just a stage or that we are just poor players on that stage. Jaques: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his… Read More
If you ever spend some time with me for a chat, you will soon come to realize that I can go places one would never have thought in at least that moment. Like how do we go from having a wonderful conversation about goals and suddenly flip over 1080 degrees to “I wonder what the… Read More
You have probably read so many of these type memes on your favorite social media site. They are very clever sayings to get you motivated to possibly change something in your life. They make us feel good and by the number of likes and shares these quotes get, we love to feel good!
Maybe a 100 fold! How do you actually measure it, when you feel a shift of energy and thought by changing one simple word to another. I’m talking about HAVE and GET.
Reflections from attending the Family Reunion. Read More
Our relationship with the perception of time. Read More
An observation during one of many walks along the tracks. Read More