Integrity with your values is vital in your career!

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Mike Day PhD really hits the nail on the head! Standing in integrity with your personal values in your career where you give 40+ hours a week can be vital to your health.  I believe when you honor yourself, you honor everyone around you. Your work is an expression of your identity, and when your… Read more »

Power in Perspectives: Is Suarez’s bite bigger than Italy’s exit?

Posted by & filed under adversity, Diversity, Leadership, Life Coaching, Perspectives, Sports, Tolerance.

As a Life Coach, I must mention the power of perspectives that I see happening in the World Cup. The biting incident overshadowing the career exiting of some Italian national football heroes and many other current match details are being less focused on. Luis Suarez’s Latino culture background that more easily condones to strong expression… Read more »

Why would people ever call coaching weird?

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Michael Freeley, a certified life and career coach, calls coaching… “…an active, invigorating process assisting you to reach your potential, challenging and supporting you, seeing what is working well for you and promoting that success so you can achieve miraculous and logical results.” I agree with him and his Huffington Post article: “Life Coaching is… Read more »

Life Coaching Cartoon

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People are always asking me, “What exactly is coaching?”. The web is full of explanations of similar and purely textual information. I know that there are people who are overwhelmed with this mass of information and so I thought I would provide visually oriented people with a more illustrative explanation.