Who among you will drink their hot coffee, cold? I, for one, am usually fine with it, but recently, when it was chilly in my office, I went in to the kitchen to warm my morning cup in the microwave. Quickly realizing that I put it on for too long, I hit the button that said “STOP/CLEAR”. Then, since I have a fancy microwave 🤣,
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You do know that you are talking to yourself all the time, right? But, are you aware of the tone of your self-talk? How many times are you commentating on what you’ve just done or forgot to do with some kind of judgement? How are you speaking to yourself about yourself? For instance, I was driving to an appointment today and there was a huge
Why is change hard and what to do about it… Jackie Lesser with Pat LePera In coaching, we help people to understand that they have the power to change. But often, I noticed that the change was temporary. I wondered why. If my clients were capable of seeing the change they wanted to make; if they were able to separate themselves from old behaviors long
In the U.S., February is a month that is associated with Valentines Day. Valentines Day connotes Love and romance. Although I love the idea of love and romance, I also feel it needn’t be reserved for one day or only special relationships with romantic partners. What if we were to realize that the first, most important relationship we can have is the one with our own
Life isn’t about what you do. It’s about Who You Are Being while you’re doing. And, it’s hard to know who to be when you don’t know who you truly are. Who are you beyond your roles and beliefs? A lot of my doing came from the need to be someone created by those roles and beliefs. I thought if I could do something great, really great, and
The enthusiasm and the stress of the holiday season continue to amaze me. Throughout my childhood, I was super excited to help decorate the tree and light the candles. Christmas Eve was an incredibly long, but loving process that required us to all sit in front of that tree with our huge extended family to open presents one by one. My mom would hand out
“Your gifts your talents your uniqueness are your service.” A Course of Love, loc. 3723 In the U.S, November is an important month with regard to doing our duty to serve our country. First, hopefully all of us exercised our inalienable right to vote last week. Second, today is Veteran’s Day, the day to appreciate the dedication of those who have served our country. “For
Guest Blog by Lisa Kramer~ We each have an internal guidance system, an inner GPS or road map, that has our best interest at heart and guides us toward greater joy and fulfillment in our lives. Over the past 10 years, I have learned to access my IGS, not only with making big decisions like ending a 23 year marriage, selling my home, and making
Guest Post By Gayle Cohen One of the biggest obstacles of living a healthy lifestyle is time. The number one excuse is “I’m too busy” - “my job is demanding - working so many hours - the last thing I want to do is come home and cook a meal...even though I know that’s good for me” or “I get up early with the kids,
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretsky Last month, Robin Christine wrote a guest blog about having “Courageous Conversations”. She spoke about how those conversations can feel awkward and be messy, but the most important thing is to be committed to improving the space between you and the “other”. This month’s blog is dedicated to the part of the conversation that