When my teenage son told me he had a meltdown in class yesterday, I calmly and nonchalantly asked what was up? He shared with me that he felt just confused by social interactions and pressures. He explained that sometimes he wanted to be alone, but didn’t want to be judged for sitting alone or looked at like a freak.
Is disconnecting from everything really a good thing? I think not! Hear me out here. For the last several summers I have designed my online coaching business to slow down so I could travel with my family and create great memories. My usual 25-30 hours a week I purposely slow to 2-3 hours a day, … » Learn More about Is Disconnecting From Everything Really A Good Thing?
The personal development and self-help voices are getting REALLY LOUD at this time of year. I am getting pounded and hounded with offers of books, online courses, webinars, videos and, and, and. WOW, turn down the noise! How do you decipher what is best for you? What will serve you the most? Let me help. … » Learn More about Pick Me! Pick Me!
I am going to give you an opportunity to do some reframing here. A longtime client of mine decided to use her coaching session to try and get some insight for her husbands struggling consulting business. He really wants to attract more clients. His story, as she tells it is, he says things like “I … » Learn More about Perception – is yours ruining your life?
When is too much of a good thing too much of a good thing? Maybe when it comes to eating a gallon of ice-cream? Or staying out in the sun too long.? But what about self-examination or self-help? What about too much personal development? A part of you is saying, “tell me more” and another … » Learn More about 3 easy steps to jump back into fun and flow for success!