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Better Clients Get Better Results

You’re thinking about your work over the past week, or the last challenging conversation you had with your child or your parent, or maybe you’re thinking about the future and how to achieve your most audacious goals. You’re probably also thinking is, “Why do I keep making these same mistakes? Why is this so hardContinue reading Better Clients Get Better Results

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Confidence is Overrated

You’re about to step on stage to speak before five hundred people. You’re nervous. You’re sweating. You’re not feeling very confident in your ability to deliver to this many people from the bright lights of the stage. And so you pretend to be violently sick and rush off the stage hoping people will understand. YouContinue reading Confidence is Overrated

Turn ‘What Ifs’ into ‘Even Ifs’

Your brain loves to play tricks on you. And one of the ways it does this is by throwing all sorts of random thoughts at you. Bacon and eggs while you’re in a meeting, cats playing baseball while you’re at lunch with a colleague, wildfires and hurricanes coming together while you’re settling into bed. YourContinue reading Turn ‘What Ifs’ into ‘Even Ifs’

Are You Looking Far Enough Down the Road?

How many times have you thought, “This work sucks.” How many times have you thought, “I should really look for another job.” How many times have you thought, “If only I could find the right job to match my values.” How many times have you thought, “What is my purpose here anyway?” We’ve all beenContinue reading Are You Looking Far Enough Down the Road?

Lists are for People with CRS

Honey! Do you know what time my dentist appointment is? No. It’s your appointment, not mine. Don’t you keep a calendar? Well, no, not for everything. Just important stuff. And your dental health is not important? Well, it is, but… Sound familiar? I hope not, but many of us go through similar experiences daily. MaybeContinue reading Lists are for People with CRS