Lost?

Lost?

LOST? Losing things now and then is a universal experience. The Wall Street Journal (April 14, 2014, says that the average person loses things up to 9 times daily. Here are some additional thoughts about the AWARENESS TONE we bring to our day, akin to our muscle tone,...
The Edge of Chaos

The Edge of Chaos

THE EDGE OF CHAOS In Evidence Based Coaching Handbook (editors Stober and Grant, 2006, John Wiley and Sons), there is a chapter entitled Coaching from a Systemic Perspective: A Complex Adaptive Conversation (Michael Cavanagh). “Coaching is a journey in search of a...
REDUCING Parental Guilt

REDUCING Parental Guilt

REDUCING Parental Guilt Every human being experiences conflict about what they want to do, and what they feel they should do. We feel guilt. To a certain degree, this is inevitable. But parents too easily incorporate guilt. We remember what we did wrong, instead of...

School’s Out Completely

Spring is a blitz of activities.   But we know it’s coming. And we want it. Summer. Alice Cooper wrote a famous song that will last many summers. It’s called School’s Out (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58o607qyuS4). And it’s a siren call to...

Beliefs

Beliefs require our assent and engagement to be real. Otherwise, they tend to float free like hanging (undefended) pawns in a game of chess, waiting to be taken down. Beliefs guide our actions and are therefore very relevant when a person is being coached. Beliefs...