Archive for the Coaching Category

The 3 “Must Have” Tools For Success – What’s In Your Toolbox?

As a coach, speaker, trainer and author, I strive to get results for my clients.  My biggest challenge – it’s not up to me to get them.  It’s not up to me to choose the goals or achieve them.  It’s not what I want, it’s what the client wants. My role is to provide a […]


Change Your Outcome When You Stop, Challenge and Choose

If you are like most people, there are one or two things that you put on your list of goals every year and every year you fall short. I have spent much of the past two or three years studying what separates those who succeed from those that don’t.  I have come to the conclusion […]


Quit Wasting Your Time Setting Goals and Focus On The Journey.

It’s the beginning of the year and as we are accustomed to, blogs fill our inbox everyday giving the “right” way to achieve our goals.  I get it – new year, new plan, new outcome – right?  Well sometimes. One of the great things about being a coach is that you get to collaborate with […]


The Mentor Leader – Part 1: Mandate, Mind-set and Maturity

This is the first of three posts discussing “The Mentor Leader – Secrets To Building People And Teams That Win Consistently” by Tony Dungy.  I will admit, I have been a fan of Coach Dungy since long before his first book “Quiet Strength” was published.  I have been so impressed not by what Coach Dungy […]


Stop Asking Questions, You Might Learn Something!

Have you ever been told to stop asking questions? Being a coach has been one of the most fulfilling jobs I have ever held.  The opportunity to unlock information within an individual, that has been locked up for an indefinite amount of time, is one of the most gratifying experiences I think one can ever […]


Looking For Clarity? Maybe It’s Time To Author Your OPUS

I recently completed a coaching certification developed by Kary Oberbrunner called The Deeper Path. Part of the certification involved a ten week collaboration that ended in the authoring of my OPUS.  I know what your thinking … “your what?” Fair enough. The word opus is admittedly not used by most people regularly but for me, […]