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The Quest for a Breakthrough

I continue to be curious about breakthroughs since I wrote Breakthroughs are a Bonus. Why they happen, when, how. They often seem so mysterious and magical. They can’t be forced or controlled. [...]

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One Emotion, Three Ways

I was watching a coaching call with Master Coach, Bev Aron, and she suggested to the client that they try out fatigue or exhausted on several lines of the Model to see where it would be most [...]

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Make it a Masterclass

Lately I’ve been craving advanced learning materials when it comes to coaching.  I have this idea that in order for something to be advanced, it has to be framed that way by the instructor.  When [...]

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I was hired to lead

A funny thing happened by shifting my thoughts: The actions are following. Two days ago I wrote about examining my belief that I should be doing more at work.  That belief really wasn’t serving [...]

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It’s not me, it’s you

I was recently hanging out with a friend of mine who I think is very negative.  She picked me up from my home and when we got in the car, all she could talk about was the terrible weather and the [...]

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That must be so terrible

My husband was born on Halloween. I’ve noticed that every time he tells someone his birthday, they respond with, “Oh, that must be so fun!” In contrast, I was born the day after Christmas and [...]

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Perspective Shifts

The first time I remember being amazed by the power of thought work was back when I lived in San Francisco. I happened to pick up a book of essays called A Plea for Eros by Siri Hustvedt at the [...]