At a coaching luncheon I attended a couple of months ago, the speaker discussed storytelling as a coaching technique. I found a particular exercise he facilitated of great benefit to me, personally. We wrote about our lives, eventually condensing our life story down to six words. Upon completion, we meandered around the room, each of … More Keep Getting Up
Yesterday’s post, Date Night, was the result of me being exhausted and losing all the text I had typed… and being too tired to rewrite it. In the lost text I shared that my husband and I had gone to dinner, after seeing a movie. (By the way, we saw Guardians of the Galaxy, which … More Date Night Marathon
The link below is to a podcast that was generated from a question I posed in relation to a previous podcast produced by the Institute for Self Actualization (isa). It contains some useful tips for dealing with people that “get under your skin.” It is the sixth in a series entitled isa Experience Podcast: Wake … More The Secret to Dealing with Difficult People
I had a sweet talk with a friend today. She is 20 years my senior, yet we have so much in common. I noted that I was grateful for the mirror she is for me. I can often see myself more clearly through others. Among other things, that’s what friends are for.
Notice I did not say the fastest way to find Mr. Right, but the best way. Now, I have been divorced twice, so you may not want to take advice from me. I will say that I have learned a lot from the mistakes I’ve made. And I learned something very valuable after two failed … More The Best Way to Find Mr. Right