I started my business (somewhat unknowingly) in 2016 by doing a few workshops at the Brooklyn Brainery. A few of the attendees asked me whether I could coach them and I thought… “Sure, why not!” I coached those few clients, build a ramshackle website, and then waited. If you build it, they will come, right?
My very first coaching client was a trained therapist who had put off taking her licensing exam for almost 10 years. She wanted to take her exam. She knew that it would open opportunities for her that she was eager to embrace. She wasn’t even nervous about learning the content! And yet, for ten years
Since it’s January, I’m assuming that you (like I) are inundated with “New Year, New Me!” emails, articles, and tips and tricks. Every new year, we look at our lives and hope that this year will be THE YEAR. Actually, we always feel this pull towards our best selves and our Great Work, but for
Summer is the only time of the year that I feel like the entire world agrees with my taste in books… at least novels. From a very young age I have required that novels be mostly of the “feel good” variety because like is hard enough. But they also have to provoke some deeper insight
You have to make your choices and then learn to like them. I find that people sometimes get this backward. They want to like their choices before they choose them. It doesn’t work this way. In fact, our brains hate to make choices and experience each and every choice as a loss. The choice to eat strawberry
Gratitude is a powerful practice that impacts your life, and the lives of those for whom you are grateful. And, did you know that there are THREE kinds of gratitude? It’s true! • There is gratitude for what’s to come, called anticipation. • Gratitude for what’s happening right now, called savoring. •
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