Flipping the Pancake: Turning Around Negative Thinking

November 14, 2013

I recently held a monthly meeting with a small but amazing group of people I have been working with for the past 5+ years using the Best Year Yet model. The conversation turned to managing time (something most of us feel there is never enough of) and the notions of scarcity and abundance. There is […]

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Goals vs. Resolutions

January 1, 2013

Happy New Year! I was so glad to hear one of the hosts of a network morning show today say, “goals are better than resolutions.” If past is prelude, we all know that resolutions tend to last two, three, maybe even four days. . . only to be broken, just like all those resolutions of […]

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What Do You Value?

September 13, 2011

Every single last choice we make is based on our values. Whenever we decide between alternatives, we invariably choose the alternative what we value the most. Whether we acknowledge it or not, everything we do is a demonstration of what we consider most important at that moment.  So, knowing our values and organizing them in […]

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The Power of Best Year Yet

September 2, 2011

What Programs Does Best Year Yet Offer? According to Jinny Ditzler, founder and creator or Best Year Yet, “Our world has never been so filled with distractions that make it difficult to focus. These days just when we think we’ve seen the worst, another catastrophe comes along right behind it.  Remember when a tragedy like […]

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Mind Your Brain: UCLA on Alzheimers

August 24, 2011

Thought this might be of interest. It was passed on to me by a very sharp 86 year old friend!! Lots of common sense but now it’s being proven: an apple (two or three) a day keeps the [Alzheimer’s] doctor away, floss twice a day, use it or lose it, wear your helmets. A few […]

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It’s Half-Time – How’s Your Game Plan Working? By Lloyd Franke

July 1, 2011

If you watch any winning sports teams (Bruins, Mavericks, for example), the coach tweaks the game plan in between periods to include the previous period’s experience. At the mid point of the year, business leaders as coaches must do the same and decide what needs to be tweaked, eliminated, or added to the game plan. […]

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Shifting Limiting Beliefs – in business and beyond!

April 27, 2010

For a long time I believed that anything is possible . . . for everyone else but me! I was, after all, a successful executive coach — and a coach stands for what is possible for others.  Somehow it never  sunk in that I had to include myself and take on the “anything is possible” […]

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