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Why Bring In A Consultant or A Coach? (13 Mar 2006)
Lawyers and psychologists aren't the only professionals who find themselves the butt of jokes. Consultants suffer their share of barbs, as well.
Steady and somber TV newscaster Eric Severeid wisecracked that a consultant is an ordinary perso...
How to Use (and Not Confuse) Your Intuition (09 Aug 2005)
Have you ever had an intuition about a person or
a situation? When the thought came to you, did
you file it away or brush it aside? Later on,
did it prove to be true?
Many brilliant business ideas have been based on
someone's intuition. ...
What is a Life Coach (23 Dec 2005)
Coaching is a partnership focused on getting your goals accomplished.
A Coach is trained to listen deeply, acknowledge what's there, question assumptions, point out conflicts and assist you in creating strategies toward success. A Coach is ...
Being a Hero (20 Aug 2005)
What is a Hero? And what is a Coach? How can a man be sure he's found a woman he can trust to coach him in the direction that is right for him?
And how does he take advantage of her special abilities to help him achieve his dreams?
The Most Loyal Valentine (06 May 2006)
Thanks to Saint Valentine this February is the month when love is in the air! But here's a thought for you. When did you last give yourself a Valentine?
This may seem strange, but anyone who knows true love will tell you that the more love y...
Spa Breaks For Action! (27 Feb 2006)
Spa breaks for action? Sounds like a mixed metaphor,
doesn't it? Well, yes, taking time to nurture yourself,
relax in a supportive environment and "just be" for a few
days each month can contribute lots of space for new ideas
and creativity ...
Make Every Day Like Being At A Spa (24 Aug 2005)
We love spas. I'm talking, love them. The look. The feel.
The smell. The yummy food. The pampering. The attention
to detail. Ahhh - what if there was a way to make every day
like a spa day? What spa elements could you introduce to
Connection (11 Oct 2005)
Feeling connected is one of the nicest sensations I've
experienced. Below are a variety of connections that matter
to me listed in random order:
•Snuggling with my pet
•Selecting a bouquet from my garden
•Waving to a neighbor
Challenge or Opportunity: Gratitude as Motivator for Change, a Love Letter (16 Jan 2006)
Ok, so you got a lousy diagnosis (I did)*. Darn it! Damn
it! This was not part of the plan. OK, deal with it. Do
what you have to do. Ask questions. Have tests. Have
consultations. Have second opinions. Have surgery.
Recover. Get on wi...
Whose Opinion Do You Trust Most? (22 Mar 2006)
We have a relationship with everything in life. We have family, friendship, romantic and business relationships. Basically anything or anyone we come in contact with we've developed a relationship with whether it's a positive one or not. Our perso...
How To Cope With Difficult People (03 Dec 2005)
They are out there. They may either be your boss, college professor, business partner, landlord, or even your own spouse, children, siblings or parents. Anyone can be a difficult person to someone else.
You may not admit it -- but at one tim...
Before Choosing Your Coach, Put Them Through a Job Interview (04 Sep 2005)
Your friend calls. She's upset. She's been working with a coach for a couple of months or maybe a lot longer, and now she's quitting without achieving her goals. "I wasted a lot of time and money and I don't even know what went wrong. My coac...
Employee Assistance Programs - The Missing Link (20 Mar 2006)
Having spent my entire adult life working in the public sector, and am now, following early retirement, spending my days hopping between private and public sector, consulting with business and agency leaders, managers and front line workers in a v...
Developing the Latent Image in You (13 Mar 2006)
Let's us start by developing the latent image in you.
I developed pictures but now I develop people.
When you take a picture with silver based photo media (analog) the light changes the silver into a latent image. This image has all o...
The Worst Coaching Advice I Ever Got! (08 Nov 2005)
"Here's my advice," the track coach told me. "You are not doing your best. If the performance I've seen you do in the past few days is your best, quit now and save me the embarrassment of being seen with you as your coach. Right now, you're not...
Now Winners Read This (13 Dec 2005)
Are you a winner in life? Do you consider yourself a winner at work, hobbies and in caring for your family? Do you wonder why other humans sit around and complain about every little thing and never get anything done, living in mediocrity and self-...
What the Heck is Coaching Anyway? (16 Nov 2005)
Outside of the sports industry, most people, particularly in North America, are unfamiliar with coaching as a helping profession. The purpose of this article is to introduce / reinforce what coaching is and the role coaches play in helping people ...
Janet Gets Coached And Saves Her Career (14 Feb 2006)
Janet's brilliant career was about to sink. If the constant river of negative complaints to Human Resources didn't subside, she would soon be floated out of her job and her career beached.
To prevent Janet's pending disaster, her superiors ...
How To Read A Person Like A Book (23 Feb 2006)
When I was 15 years old, I found a book on body language. I purchased it because I wanted to read something on a train journey that I was taking that day. I read the book with some fascination.
Later, during the day, I struck a conversation...
What is Coaching Anyway? (27 Sep 2005)
Tom Landry once said "A coach is someone who tells you what you don't want to hear, who gets you to see what you don't want to see so that you can become the person you always wanted to be."
There are close parallels between the work of coa...
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