Changing the Past

Everyone has regrets. We make mistakes and often realize them only after we’ve made them. But what if there was a way to unmake our mistakes? Wouldn’t that be dandy? Ever wish you had a time machine to go back

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Is Looking Forward Holding you Back?

What are you looking forward to right now?  Think about it for a moment. Perhaps it’s your next meal, the end of a long day, the weekend, an upcoming vacation, meeting that special someone, financial independence, you name it. And I’m

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The Right to Remain Silent

Having worked in restaurants for too long, I’ve always been taken aback by how loud they can get.This is true even when there isn’t blaring music.If you stand in the middle of it all and just observe, you realize that

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Waves of Emotion

There has always been an undercurrent of anxiety running through my life. Even though I am a pretty laid back guy, I find it hard to sit still or just be. Over time, I’ve become used to my anxiety. Like

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Is Your Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

Do you see the glass as half empty or half full? This age old question might seem silly, but it can hint at whether you come from a place of abundance or scarcity. Moreover, it’s possible to think abundantly and

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6 Steps to Untangle Reality And Perception

We often confuse perception with reality. That is, we mistake how we understand things for the way that they really are.  Our thoughts and feelings seem real to us, so we conclude that they must be true. But what if

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Improv(e) Your Life: Lessons on Risks, Gifts, and More

“Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against it.” ~ Eckhart Tolle Improv comedy is something I’ve always enjoyed. I thought it would be fun to try, so I

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How to Ask Yourself Great Questions

In my life coaching training program, one of my first homework assignments was to make a list of 100 empowering questions we could ask clients in coaching sessions. These are open-ended questions that generally begin with the word how, why

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Following the Inner Compass – my story

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C. S. Lewis Even since I discovered the guitar,I have dreamed about becoming a rock star.  It wasn’t fame that I wanted, although I

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How to Exercise Your Willpower by Working Out

There’s an intimate connection between willpower and exercise.  I notice it most at the gym given the intensity of working out. Willpower is what keeps me going five days per week, first thing in the morning despite bad weather, fatigue or lack of

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Jack responded both to needs for depth and for direction, meaning that if I was in a more inward place and it was best for me to be more introspective or do inner work, he supported that, as well as supporting the outer, concrete goals. I appreciated that he had no agenda but was flexible and attentive to whatever was coming up. Overall a great experience!