Category Archives: commitment

Have a Hard Time Saying "No"?

She thinks she has a serious problem with time management.  Image credit: dolgachov / 123RF Stock Photo Her struggle is really with integrity. She thinks she has a hard time saying “no” to people; as a result, you never know what … Continue reading

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A Brochure on Coaching?

My last post was on the Cost of Change, and addressed an obstacle that keeps many people from getting the coaching they want and need. My friend, Julie Poland, addressed another obstacle, Choice of Venue, in her blog.  Today, I … Continue reading

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How much does change cost?

My good friend, colleague and bi-monthly peer coach Julie Poland wrote a wonderful article about one of the obstacles that keep people from engaging in a coaching relationship, The Summit Blog: Alternative venues for you and your coach.  Another obstacle that … Continue reading

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Procrastination, or Just a Commitment Problem?

I would like to say I never procrastinate, but that’s not true. Is there a cure? Sometimes people think procrastination is a time management problem; truth is you cannot manage time. You have 24 hours each day. To make the … Continue reading

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Part 2: Is The Cost of Personal Development Too High? – The Three Currencies of Cost.

Yesterday I asked you to consider which was most important to you, your personal entertainment or your personal development.  Then I asked you to take the “Calendar and Check Register Test” to measure your actual values.I have asked this question … Continue reading

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The Formula for Well-Being

Personal leadership is at the heart of your day-to-day experience. It shapes your attitude, your behavior, your habits, your goals and the results you get from your time, your relationships, your work, and everything you do. Consider the hallmarks of … Continue reading

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Over-commitment is an oxymoron.

Here is an issue direct from a coaching client: “I often find myself overcommitted. What can I do differently?” I certainly know how you feel (there is a reason I posted this late today)! My family means the world to … Continue reading

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