Category Archives: questions

How Intentional Are Your Holiday Thoughts, Feelings and Habits?

I am struck by the number of friends who say they dread Christmas or get overwhelmed during the holidays. For some, the holiday season brings up bad memories of the past, from childhood upbringing to the anniversary of a death. … Continue reading

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Questions to Make Next Year GREAT!

Now is an excellent time to reflect on your past accomplishments and begin planning for your next big year! Here are some questions to get your planning started: What were your two or three most significant accomplishments, breakthroughs, and/or achievements … Continue reading

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Tips for Testing Your Strategic Plan

Here are some questions I will be asking in the next few months, “tips” for my clients, new and existing, regarding strategy and execution.  Some are for-profit companies and some are non-profits. All have at stake their own success and … Continue reading

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Develop Your Self-Inquiry Skills with Coaching

One of my goal’s as your life and business strategist and coach, is to develop your self-inquiry skills and ensure you practice them. Self-inquiry is based on an assumption that you need less advice and more safe space to access … Continue reading

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7 Reminders for the Listening Leader

If you are a leader or ever hope to be considered by others as a leader, you must learn to communicate. I have asked thousands of people over the years about what they consider to be the qualities of a … Continue reading

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How Do You Measure Success, Simply?

I want to be a person whose children, wife, friends and clients feel comfortable and confident in coming to me with anything – any thought, feeling, fear, joy, regret or experience they choose to share with me.  That’s a very … Continue reading

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Strategic Advice for Job Seekers

If you are involved in the non-profit world, as staff, board or other volunteer, check out the folks at goodWORKSconnect.org and their discussion group on LinkedIn. The LinkedIn group asks a “Question of the Week”, some of which are especially … Continue reading

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WHY is Your Cause

“Share successful strategies you have used or seen used to advocate for your cause.” This was the question of the week in one of my favorite LinkedIn groups. The group is comprised mostly of professionals working for local non-profits and foundations, so cause is especially meaningful, … Continue reading

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The Right Questions

“Never tell someone anything you could ask instead.”  Stock Photos from 123RF Join #TheRightQuestions dialogue! What are the questions we should be asking ourselves? What is your question? What are your favorite questions for growth and success? “Judge a man … 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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