8 months ago
Why Leadership Coaching Matters

In the past ten years, Executive or Leadership coaching has gone from being viewed with skepticism to a business trend that garners over 1 billion dollars each year. What is the secret to its success?  The answer is simple– it works. Surveys done year-over-year by various research bodies shows that 83% of the executives who […]

9 months ago
Overcoming Change Resistance

I walk my dogs every morning: rain or shine, wind or heat, I walk my dogs every morning. And every morning I experience some form of change resistance. Now, don’t get me wrong—I love to walk my dogs. Intellectually, I know how good it is for them and me. Emotionally, I like the quiet time […]

3 years ago
Leaders: Are you Willing to Take a Half-Step?

  The news media are crowded with stories of crises in leadership. Politics, financial institutions, Universities, businesses, healthcare and religious organizations flounder, searching for an approach, a strategy that will help them navigate the chaos of our current world. Indeed, even the global problems bring an increased seriousness to the necessity of finding new ways […]

6 years ago
Sweet Mystery of Life (and how it all works)

“The number of habitable worlds in our galaxy is certainly in the tens of billions, minimum, and we haven’t even talked about the moons. And the number of galaxies we can see, other than our own, is about 100 billion.” – Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer at California’s SETI Institute I believe in intelligent design in the […]

6 years ago
Knowing Beyond Knowing: Intuition

Intuition is a popular subject these days. References to it saturate social media. I see everything from advice on how to improve my intuition, to tests to discover whether or not I am psychic. When I read these articles about intuition, it feels like another way to pressure myself into being more spiritual. These articles seem […]