Category Archives: Executive Coaching

Be Strengthened by a Mighty Heart

We say that people who do amazing feats (like ice-climbing) are brave and courageous. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. uses the phrase “a mighty heart.” When you experience the sensation of an upspiral—that sense of optimism, possibility, hope, strength—you create a … Continue reading

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People Bring Both Their Brain and Body to Work-Pay Attention to Both

The business world worships brains! It revels in the brain’s ability to quantify, analyze, sequence, strategize, execute. A big brain is brawn in the business world. But people don’t just bring their brains to work—they bring their bodies, too … … Continue reading

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Overworked & Underwater? An Unlikely Fix & Free Solution

I’m a movie fan and recently saw “90 Minutes in Heaven.” It’s about a man in a horrific car accident who was hit head-on by a tractor-trailer rig. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident occurs on a … Continue reading

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