Communication Skills

From Kvetching to Kvelling

Having the privilege to travel all over the world and seeing and being with people who are less fortunate than me, reminded me of important it is to be grateful. In fact, my thoughts returned again and again to just how fortunate I am in my everyday life. Sometimes, when I am at home I…

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The Truth Can Be Hurtful

A coaching client of mine recently had an experience that brought back to me a frequently-forgotten but basic truth. This client (let’s call her Ellen) has been coaching with me for about a year. But last week when she came in, she was emotionally distraught and clearly distracted. She explained that something had happened between…

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How to Receive Feedback – Part Two

A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her. -David Brinkley This post is about receiving negative feedback or making receiving criticism a positive experience. For ease of discussion, let’s say there are two types of feedback: positive feedback when you are told…

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The Broader Side of Business Coaching

I love my executive coaching clients. I love helping them and I love seeing their success. It is truly on honor to work with each and every one of my clients. I love seeing their revelations and renewed energy. And I particularly love when I see them using the coaching skills and lessons they learned…

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Co-Dependency Could Hold You Back?

Recently, I had a coaching encounter with a client who felt stuck at work. We used muscle testing and Neuro Emotional Coaching® to analyze and uncover what was holding her back. I went through the usual list of statement to test her reality. So I asked her to make the following statements: • I am…

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Wisdom Comes from Sharing

Like many of you, I learn best from experience – both my own and that of others. That’s one of the reasons I love being part of a business community as well as the national and international coaching community. We share our insights, we share what we learn. There is a wealth of information –…

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Let It Go; Free Yourself and Move On

“I felt ashamed for having judged him so harshly without knowing the real boy. His one offense against me―goaded by Charlie’s bullying character―was easy to forgive.” – Richelle E. Goodrich, Dandelions: The Disappearance of Annabelle Fancher Almost all of us have someone in our lives who can derail us. These individuals, whom I think of…

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