I have a love affair with ease. I miss it when I don’t have it. I want more, when I do.
Ironically, it can be hard to let things be easy, and complicated to recognize that ease doesn’t always mean easy.
Recently, there hasn’t been as much ease in my business as I’d like. Sure the coaching part . . . → keep reading
At a networking event last week I was asked, “what book has most influenced you?” It left me speechless. (That doesn’t happen often!)
I had a difficult time answering, not because I couldn’t think of a book, but because so many books flooded into my head and I had a hard time choosing.
Fascinated By . . . → keep reading
It’s time to delve a little deeper into the last of the NLP Presuppositions.
This time it’s number 7
The element in a system that has the most flexibility will be the catalyst of that system.
(In case you think the way it’s worded as an NLP presupposition is a little over the top, check . . . → keep reading
Remember just a few days ago when I so excitedly shared my Rad of the week, planning?
I was oh-so-happy with my plan. Ready to start taking action. You know, actually get moving in the direction I’m headed.
My task lists were ready, my big map hung on the wall.
I forced myself to take . . . → keep reading
At the very end of one of Alexandra Franzen‘s recent blog posts, The Most Annoying Question Ever, I was struck by the following scenario:
A mysterious benefactor drops off a check for $3,000 on your doorstep, with a hand-written note. It says:
“I’d like to spend the weekend with you. We can do . . . → keep reading
I’m really proud of myself for how I started 2013. Yesterday, I climbed Mt. Saint Helens, our resident Pacific Northwest live volcano.
But that’s not the whole reason why I’m proud.
I did it solo. My first solo climb in fact.
I’m proud of that, but that’s not really why either.
I’m proud because I . . . → keep reading
Today a World of Possibility card showed up in my inbox. It’s from the inestimable Alexandra Franzen. I attended her writing workshop a couple of weekends ago.
This message is so perfect as we open up 2013 and venture in, I want to share it.
So, here it is, for you, from me (words by . . . → keep reading
The last Explore & Play call was exceptionally fun. I shared a short, easy-to-use process that you can use to coach yourself. During the call I guided three people through the process, and helped them make powerful changes in just a matter of minutes.
And then there was the Transfer Ease call, when Ann learned . . . → keep reading
Remember when I confessed that I’m sleeping with my iPhone? Now, you can too. For free!
MotionX, the company that makes my favorite sleep app, has offered you, my readers, a promotional code to download the app for free.
It’s totally worth the regular $2.99 price, but free makes the decision to give it a . . . → keep reading
I flew down to California yesterday.
My seat was right next to the propeller. Once they start spinning, they’re so fast you can no longer perceive the individual blades.
The weather was beautiful as we took off in Portland, so I snapped a few pictures.
It was fascinating to see the blades caught in motion. . . . → keep reading