The Power of Acceptance

February 17, 2009

I just returned from a week in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic or “The Dominican” as they say. It turned out to be a great vacation but the first few days it rained! It simply isn’t supposed to rain in the Caribbean!!!

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Managing a New Year in Uncertain Times

January 5, 2009

9 great tips for managing a New Year in uncertain times!

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Job Tips for the Recession

December 11, 2008

Finding a job in the best of times can be a real challenge. Today, even those with jobs are insecure. Will they be the next to go?  The temptation in this market is to give up before you start. Needless-to-say, that’s the last thing to do. There are jobs to be had. They may not […]

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On Obama, Possibility, Change and Transformation

November 10, 2008

“Obama represents the future majority. It is the majority of a dynamic country increasingly at ease with its diversity. It reflects the forward-looking optimism of the young.”

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How to Survive Difficult Times: Goals, Courage and Resilience

October 17, 2008

These are no doubt difficult times. What does it take to succeed despite all the financial doom and gloom around us? Great men and women – particularly those who overcome adversity – seem to have the ability to access, maintain, and recover their most resourceful state on a consistent basis. What motivated Ghandi and Martin […]

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What We Learned from the Olympics about Teams

October 14, 2008

Like many, I stayed up far too late this summer watching the Olympics, which to me represent the product of coaching at its finest. There were so many lessons we might have taken away but foremost on my mind are the ingredients of success that I think were demonstrated across the board. For the athletes […]

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Coaching vs. Consulting

October 12, 2008

In an earlier post, I wrote about the difference between a “coach” and a “counselor.” The difference between “coaching” and “consulting” is even more interesting . . .

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