Category Archives: coaching

Recognizing and Compensating for BLIND SPOTS

The French refer to a blind spot as angle mort which literally means dead angle. Very apt indeed.  There are at least 4 different types of blind spots. Are you…

Want to Know the Secret to Live to 95?

  What’s it take to be 95-years young? And more importantly, 95-years strong? Read on to learn the delightful secrets of Geradline Corr. Geraldine was born on March 12, 1926…

Three Secrets to Giving Meaningful Gifts

  It’s that time of year again: December. Are you considering everyone you want to buy for and wondering how you can possibly find the perfect gift for each person…

Needed: More coaches and fewer bosses

If you think back over your career, who was your best boss? My guess is that regardless of your age, race, or profession, your best boss was actually a great…

You’re Invited: Interested in Publishing a Book?

The other day my publisher, Nicole Gebhardt, called me with a request to share my book publishing story in her  Virtual Book Tour on March 21. She is featuring me…

Never Underestimate Your Strengths

There’s a saying in my house . . . never, ever, underestimate your competition. With that said, and with those words firmly ingrained in my mind, I can more readily…

Authentic and simple: a TED talk about finding life with purpose

I am a fan of TED talks. The more I watch, the more I realize there are some that grip me more than others. This talk, by Matthew O’Reilly, a…

The benefits of a curious mind . . .

Is curiosity a gift or a curse?  When parents are riddled by questions from their insistently inquisitive children, the answer may seem like the later. But research shows that inquisitive…

Is your GREATNESS showing?

Have you displayed your greatness lately? Maximize your potential by tapping into your talents. Every day. To learn more about making the most of yourself, your team, or your business…

Are you getting better every day?

In my book, Unstuck at Last: Using Your Strengths to Get What You Want, I discuss the concept of amelioration. The idea behind amelioration is continuous, ongoing, and repetitive-to-the-point-of-monotony improvement. Huge and…