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Once or twice a week I publish an idea, question, insight or reflection. Topics can be inspired by world events, coaching conversations, random thoughts after a workshop, anything!

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Your happy place

Where is your happy place? Is it a physical location, somewhere you've been or is it imaginary - an ideal? What does it look like? Beyond...

Walking your Walk

I found a new walking meditation that I've been experimenting with recently. In it you start with walking at your usual pace and observe...

The Inner Critic

In my role both as a facilitator and a coach I lead a lot of debrief sessions, from dialog at the end of breakout / table groups to the...

What counts?

I track so many things in my professional life, from leading and indicators in my enablement role, to the hours I have coached....

Take Five

Not the Brubeck song, just five minutes of birdsong and dappled sunlight on leaves. Take five minutes to watch this and sit, breathe,...

The space between us

I recently read of a study that suggested if you move two people’s desks a mere 15 feet further apart, they tend to interact as much as...

#Thoughtfortheweek

Simply put, to see a rainbow you need the sunlight behind you and the rain in front of you (because physics). But do you know why I like...

Burn out

I have coached over 150 executives and leaders in the past eighteen months and several themes have emerged. Some are perennial like...

The Third Space

What I've noticed through the past year is how most people schedule their calendar in 30 or 60 minute increments and leave no time...

New year, New you?

Looking for a resolution you can make and keep? A best practice for new habit formation is to start small and do something simple daily...