Tag Archives: High performance

11 Personal Development Books That Can Change Your Life

Thursday, April 16, 2015 I’m a bit of a book junkie. I love books and read all the time – usually more than one book at a time. The genre that most occupies my bookshelves is self-improvement/personal development/spiritual growth. I love books about how to … More …

A New Way To Achieve Success

Thursday, March 19, 2015 In last week’s blog post I wrote about how I was a recovering rusher.  This aspect of my personality fit well with me also being one of those people who felt the need to “bust my ass” to succeed.  This is … More …

How To Stop Multi-Tasking

Thursday, January 29, 2015 Multi-tasking is a way of life today. We all have so much information to process and have it coming to us in all forms 24 hours a day; however, our brains cannot do more than one thing at one time so … More …

Give Up Running On Empty For Sacred Rest

Thursday, January 22, 2015 Ah, SACRED REST… that was the second thing on my list of what’s in for 2015. I just love the way that sounds and love the practice even more. This replaced “running on empty”, which is out for this year. What … More …

Leave Your Busyness Behind By Doing Nothing

Thursday, January 15, 2015 The first item on my list of what’s in and what’s out for 2015 was about the glorification of being busy being OUT and doing nothing being IN this year. Doing nothing… Does it sound lazy…? Or, perhaps decadent? What exactly does … More …

How To Get Through The Never-Ending To-Do List

Thursday, October 23, 2014 I’m a list maker. There’s something very gratifying for me to be able to cross things off my “list”. They’re done. Finished. It feels good and satisfying. I’m sure you list-makers can relate. But what about the task list that never … More …

Every Day, You Get To Choose

Thursday, October 2, 2014 This post was originally published in October, 2011. I coach a lot of leaders who are very wrapped up and consumed by the daily occurrences they encounter in their environments. These are senior leaders who have a lot of external pressure … More …

Why Asking For Help Is One Of Your Greatest Strengths

Thursday, August 21, 2014 Do you find it easy to ask for help? I’ll admit this doesn’t come easy for me. I’m getting better at it but still have a long way to go. I consider myself to be pretty independent so asking for help … More …

Your Path To Successful Leadership: Learning, Confidence, Commitment.

Thursday, June 12, 2014 Because Father’s Day is this coming weekend, I am reposting a series of posts I did a few years ago about some key leadership lessons I learned from my Dad.  These were originally posted in June 2011. In honor of Father’s … More …

Feeling Negative Emotions? Just Let Them Be

Thursday, April 3, 2014 I am currently being trained by Martha Beck to become a Martha Beck Certified Life Coach.  I absolutely love learning and this certification is exactly what I need to continue to expand and hone my coaching skills.   A big piece of … More …