Professionals & Executives Blog Archive
In my coaching work, I spend a significant amount of time helping my clients find the power and beauty of who they already are. It's only with embracing their core strength that my clients can utilize the new tactical skills (communications or management) to develop to their fullest potential.
Once we own our uniqueness, it is through our persistent work of courage and optimism that our hopes will find its expression in the world.
This Valentine's Day, take the opportunity to listen to your true heart's desire. About work. About finding work. About your loved ones. Dare to live in the vulnerability of your LOVE. This is the stuff legends are made of. Summon up your cup of Courage and dive
In a room of "strangers," the process of storytelling and dream visioning enabled the whole group to come together as one, with the group supporting each individual's quest through supportive observations, enabling questions and cheerleading.
Yesterday was a holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, a person who enabled so many to believe in and eventually live their dreams. I've learned of his work and the civil rights movement through books and documentaries. But I've had the honor to understand this through the stories of my
Dreaming is an act of faith and courage. Making dreams come true is about perseverance and passion. Dare to be a dream trekker.
Yet during these holidays, when a year is about to end, it is such apt time to reflect on the year that has passed. Its moments -- big and small, the ups and downs. To understand the current that flows. To draw learning and meaning from our life this
During this Thanksgiving, when there seems to be a pervasiveness of darkness, is an opportunity to find the light in our lives. To use this day to let this light shine ever so brightly.
As I advise executives, professionals and business students, it's clear that each individual possesses a personal brand, even if (s)he has never given it a second thought. Being oblivious to our brand can be the single most overlooked area of our professional development.
Sometimes, the most terrifying aspect of change arrives when we are ready to be at one with who we really are. When we dare to accept the grandness of who "I am" and actually live that truth.