Without exception, everyone possesses an inborn responsive, real-time inner knowing that informs, guides and instills confidence in creative problem solving, generating innovative ideas and building on new opportunities.
Recovering from an Emotional Nosedive
We and built-in capacity to bounce back from discouragement.
Tactical versus Transformative Coaching
Changes in behaviour are not sustainable without changes in perception.
When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Do You Take It?
Baseball player Yogi Berra is said to have quipped, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it”. But do you? Taking that fork in the road can involve timing, confidence, dissatisfaction with the road you are already on or personal desire for...
Are You Enough?
I was raised with the understanding that if I worked hard enough, learned enough, did enough and was enough, that I could be successful at whatever I ‘put my mind to’. I went along with this premise for many years, seeing evidence that this was...
How I Overcame Impostor Syndrome
For as long as I can remember, in spite of my many notable achievements, I never felt quite good enough. Even though the evidence was there – lots of letters after my name: BID, MBA, CFA, etc. a six-figure interior design consulting business way...
The Overview Effect (and how it changes everything)
Seeing from a higher perspective changes the way you see everything about it.
Did You Know You Had Default Settings?
Default settings are those features that come pre-installed and pre-set with a new device or operating system – like with your computer, tablet or phone. The designer instructs the factory engineers to install and calibrate the hardware and...
You Don’t Have to Pay Heed to Everything You Think
There is no doubt we are thinking machines. We think tens of thousands of thoughts every day. In spite of some theories that we can. We can no more control or direct our thoughts any more that we can control or direct our breathing for more than...
Somebody Should Have Told Us!
In the Introduction to his book, Somebody Should Have Told Us, counsellor, coach and author Jack Pransky, Ph.D., includes a revelation by a woman, Maribel, who suddenly realized, after many years, that positive self-esteem had always been within...
The Power of Your Insight
“Never underestimate the power of an insight… Sometimes an insight is worth all your previous experiences in life put together.” – Sydney Banks, founder, The Three Principles
A Whole New Way of Thinking About Thoughts
After being introduced to the Three Principles, I came to understand that we are informed and guided by Wisdom and don’t have to worry so much about things working out. They always do.
Is It a Problem for You to Feel Uncomfortable?
I was asked the question in response to a question I had asked about how to deal with emotions that can have me feel so uncomfortable I feel panic. In the moment between considering her question and my response, something went ‘thunk’. I freely...