Category Archives for "Lessons from Coaching"
You Can’t Change What You Can’t SeeYou want to be more focused at work so you can get more done. So you go into the office with great intentions ready to knock out the work. Time passes and it gets to be 5:00, time to go home. You leave the office frustrated because nothing changed. The pile […]Continue reading
Control is an illusion. You think you have it but you don’t. And thinking and acting as if you have control is robbing you of time and causing stress.Where Do You Think You’re In Control?You think you can control what your kids do when you’re not around? Wrong! You teach them and have influence over their actions, […]Continue reading
Animals are my guides. I’ve learned to trust my boys when it comes to people. They are far more perceptive than I ever was. I’d take Joey, our first fluffer butt, on walks around the neighborhood every morning. He was such a friendly little guy and usually liked everybody we met. Until we ran into an older […]Continue reading
No is EnoughHow often do you answer “no” and then feel compelled to say more to explain yourself? Let me remind you: No is a complete sentence. No explanation or justification is needed. If you mean no, just say it and stop.Women seem to be more impacted than men on this one. We tend to say […]Continue reading