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4-Step Process to Resolve Conflict Quickly

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Demystifying the Art of Decision Making

How powerful and true is this?? It’s scary and liberating all at once. Harnessing this one idea at every one of life’s trying choice points can be the difference between “success” or not. It’s an idea that compels one towards authenticity, honesty, and integrity.

Heard Of A Pairing As Unlikely As This?

If you’ve given any notice to Virgin America’s recent ad campaign about its merger with Alaska Airlines you probably agree that, yes, electricity and guitars were a surprisingly great combo too. Here’s another one… uncertainty and joy.

Despite the gloom and doom, here’s what the scientists said

I don’t use a triple beam balance, microscope, or petri dish to help describe the world as it is, but I do use a hell of a lot of curiosity, contemplation, and conversations to vision out the meaning we want to live into.

That Crazy Person Isn’t Me!!

  Most often, and particularly now in this period of my life, I reflect on how I’m in the midst of some sort of personal transformation. A theme that has been popping up for me and others in my world is mindless reactivity – essentially

The Dark Side Of The Bright Side

I think my husband has it pretty tough being married to a coach. In my professional world, my sole focus is to help others deconstruct what’s getting in the way of what they want. At the end of the day,

What Your “Comfort Zone” Really Is

You know that feeling you get when you approach the edge of your comfort zone, the “edgy,” anxious, or simply uncomfortable feeling that feels like you telling you to watch out and save yourself from something? That feeling shows up for me

Flawed and Fabulous

We’re swirling around in our heads, our seemingly solitary universes, with internal dialogues so loud that we forget that everyone, EVERYONE, is fighting some sort of battle with fears, beliefs, and interpretations that are holding them back… too. We tend to look