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  • Seeing Things As They Are vs Seeing Things As You Are
    I often ask my clients at the beginning of their coaching journey if they are ready to change the way they see. Not just see different things, but to see differently. There's a big difference between the two. It's the difference between opening your eyes and looking around you to see things you've never seen before, and…changing how you see what you see. I'm a strong believer that we don't see things as they are, we see things as we are. I have never met a person where that truth does not apply. Our mental models play into everyday life. Yes, every person has a mental model. Mental models are simulations of the world that your mind constructs when you think and reason. Read more
  • The Psychology of Micro Commitments
    Are you frustrated with people who will not make a commitment? Even in regards to cleaning their room, eating their veggies, or participating in a family event? How about a commitment to the next level in a relationship? In some areas of commitment, we may talk about the spiritual aspect of folks unwilling to commit, sometimes calling it a "spirit of this" or a "spirit of that." But, is there psychology that is directly connected to someone’s inability to make a commitment? Read more
  • 4 Impacting Ways for a Better Work-Life Balance
    There’s a growing number of people struggling with their work-life balance. A large percentage of American workers feel their job demands that they should be available 24/7 since they can check in from anywhere using their smartphone. This type of constant availability takes a toll on both a person’s mental and physical health. Humans need to socialize, relax, and care for themselves to stay happy and healthy, as well as balancing any spiritual dimension of their life. Here are four simple ways to improve your work-life balance: Read more
  • 5 Steps to Breaking Personal Inertia
    I would love to invite you to the biggest event in your life. It's a pretty amazing thing. It will make your life more passionate, more productive, and more profitable. It's about getting clear, getting motivated, and get started on doing what you have always wanted to do in your life. Deep down inside, we all have the burning desire to be more authentic and true to ourselves and show more of who we truly are. This is your invitation to make that a reality. Read more
  • 3 Steps to Identifying Your Bridge Belief
    How often do you experience limiting beliefs that interfere with a big goal or vision? It's pretty common and often requires some work around those beliefs to create enough space for something new to happen. Using imagery can really help bring clarity. Here is an exercise called 3 Steps to Identifying Your Bridge Belief, but I am going to use a fictional client with a constrictive belief about money to illustrate the process. Read more
  • What'd You Say?
    Self-talk is all those things you are thinking in your head. There are, what I call, 2 sides of self-talk. One side is what I call the “facts”. “Just the facts ma’am.” How fast am I driving? What am I going to cook for dinner? How much is the electric bill? What is next on my to-do list? Etc. The facts and to-do tasks that fill our days and activities are the benign, non-emotion evoking thoughts that run through our brain. Then there is all the rest - those things that have some type of emotional attachment or belief attachment. Read more
  • 5 Evidence-Based Tips to Develop Stronger Minds
    Entrepreneurs, leaders, and business owners have tough situations to face in today’s competitive environment. They need to be game-ready meet those challenges with their best mental game. Here are 5 evidence-based tips on how to develop strong minds... Read more
  • Solutions vs Answers: Making the Distinction
    As a Coach, I don’t have the solutions for my clients, nor do I pretend to. I may have some answers, but I find that most people need solutions versus answers. My solutions may not be the best for my client. This is an important distinction to make and I always set out to help my clients make those distinctions for themselves. The solution that best served me likely won’t serve my client or their situation. Most of my current clients find Solution already within them ;) Most times they just needed help asking the right questions. Asking the right questions often requires identifying and assessing the core of the matter or problem. Read more

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