• Beneficial Communication

    Beneficial Communication

    There is wisdom in Buddha’s teachings, regardless of your religious or spiritual inclinations. In her book Tea and Cake with Demons: A Buddhist Guide to Feeling Worthy, Adreanna Limbach does an excellent job presenting a modern interpretation of Buddhist teachings. Today, I want to explore one aspect of Buddha’s Eightfold Path, often called Right Speech.…

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  • The Wisdom In Your Body

    The Wisdom In Your Body

    One of the greatest gifts of learning on my coaching journey is also one of the most challenging to articulate in a blog post. Learning how to get out of our heads and connect to the wisdom and insights the rest of our body offers. Today, we’ll dive into embodiment, also known as somatic practice.*…

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  • Presence


    “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou  I have a request. I request that you read this post at a time and in a space where you can be fully present with it. If…

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  • Great Leaders Speak Last

    Great Leaders Speak Last

    As a leader,  you regularly lead meetings. In leading, you feel compelled to open the discussion and share your thoughts. This gets the ball rolling and sets the tone for the meeting. In some cases, this technique can backfire. I have usually been good about holding back and letting others speak first. One time, however,…

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  • Understanding Trust

    Understanding Trust

    Last week, I spoke with a leader who said he was having difficulty figuring out his current boss. This is a very experienced, highly successful leader, and this was the first boss he encountered with whom he just couldn’t figure out how to get the relationship to “click” (my words, not his). As he explored…

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  • Listening to the Universe, Part 3

    Listening to the Universe, Part 3

    One year ago, I began experimenting with some deeper topics in the blog, and I’m grateful for how they have been received. It started with my beloved Teliodosis post, followed by Listening to the Universe (part 1). These posts speak to the unexpected growth I have experienced since connecting with my life purpose through coaching.…

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