Dream Big: Who's On Your Team?

There are three kinds of people reading this blog: people with no dreams, people with little dreams, and people with BIG dreams.  Here's the fifth of my 8 success strategies to help you dream big.Discover what you want. Release your strengths. Energize…

Dream Big: Don't Eat the Marshmallow

There are three kinds of people reading this blog: people with no dreams, people with little dreams, and people with BIG dreams.  Dream big with #4 of my 8 success strategies.Discover what you want. Release your strengths. Energize your…

Dream Big: The Iceberg Effect

There are three kinds of people reading this blog: people with no dreams, people with little dreams, and people with BIG dreams.  You can dream big, too.  Here's #3 of my 8 success strategies.Discover what you want. Release your struggles…

Dream Big: Do You Know Your Strengths?

There are three kinds of people reading this blog: people with no dreams, people with little dreams, and people with BIG dreams. If you're ready to dream big, here is #2 of my 8 success strategies.Discover what you want. Release your struggles…

Dream Big: In the Discovery Zone

There are three kinds of people reading this blog: people with no dreams, people with little dreams, and people with BIG dreams. Would you like to become a person who dreams big? In the next eight weeks, I'm going to share 8 success strategies…

Do You Know What You Want?

One coaching client was laid off last year and stuck contemplating, "What kind of work do I want to do?" Another person I know is struggling to decide if he wants to stay or move. My friend, a ghostwriter, has been searching for his ideal client.He…

Therapy vs. Life Coaching

I remember the excitement I felt a few years ago when my practice moved toward life coaching rather than traditional therapy. But I still get questions about the differences between the two approaches.  If you're curious about what distinguishes…

Enjoy Every Day

Memorial Day weekend is coming up.  Last year, I asked a group of men outside a local coffee shop if they enjoyed it and was surprised by the answers I received. One man blurted out "Yep!" Another commented, "Yeah, we had fun," and an older…

Accessing Your Iceberg

What is your subconscious saying?Oceanographers say 88% of an iceberg is below the surface while only 12% is visible. Sigmund Freud theorized that our behavior is mostly unconscious.Life success is 88% about changing our subconscious…