Three practices to help make 2013 successful

As we enter January many of us will undoubtedly bump up against folks setting new year resolutions and those refusing to do so on various principles. So here are three insights that I have recently shared with a group of professional executive assistants. If you implement these practices, you will no doubt notice that your…

How coaching can help with decision making

If you chase two rabbits, both will escape.- Unknown author Decisions are nothing more than mental processes that help us select a course of action or belief state. Every decision making process whether conscious or unconscious will produce a specific and final choice at any given time, though some choices can be refined or revisited…

Cornish coast signs

For centries many cultures believed in signs. For example native American Indians viewed all things (living and dead) as having a spirit and a meaning. Listening to the signs was an integral part of Indian life.  I have never tried this out for myself, though on many occasions I experienced a deep feeling, call it…

Developing courage and resilience

Over the last few weeks I had the pleasure of meeting a number of amazingly talented individuals that are not living their true dream. You know what I mean.  That ideal vision of how life would look like for them. And neither am I, though I’m getting closer. All this stuckness got me thinking about…