Tears of Healing

Leaders regularly come into our counseling and coaching offices depressed, burned out, anxious, angry, or leaking behaviors they are not proud of, and they just want it fixed. The reality for many is that things cannot get fixed unless we connect emotionally to the…

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Core Values Insights – Part 2

You know that feeling you get when you slide on the perfect pair of shoes for a specific task at hand? Things just feel right. If you’re on your feet all day in the office, it’s the pair that looks and feels good. For my outdoor projects, my Danner Boots are my go-to’s. If you are just…

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Core Values Insights – Part 1

Do you want a better nights sleep? What if I told you that it is possible to know the most effective way to reach another person, and with a little effort or attention to the core values in yourself and in others, you could dramatically improve the quality of the...

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Choices

In coaching parents to lead their children well, we often say: “Rules without Relationship breeds Rebellion” and “Relationship without Rules breeds Entitlement.” We also believe, that a home without choices and practiced failure breeds insecurity. Sara Blakely,...

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Purity: No Shades Of Grey

Check out this intelligent and compelling argument for No Shades of Grey in our relationships! In a two-part presentation, Pastor Bill Towne of Rolling Hills Community Church tackles the hard issues with a solid footing in the scientific research and in the...

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The Gift of Self-Awareness

When one thinks of the gifts that come from holding leadership positions, one generally thinks of the triumphs of success or the importance of legacy.  I believe one of the greatest gifts that can come from leadership is – if allowed to happen – self awareness that...

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2015 Resolutions: Making Room for the UNEXPECTED

The art of noticing feelings can truly transform our experiences of life and allow us to remember what is most important. No one will remember how clean our house is, how big our bank accounts are, or how often we made it to the gym. They will remember if we were...

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2015 Resolutions: Opening up to FEELING

Neurobiology and the science of memory tells us that we only recall good or bad memories that have a sense of deep emotions where our five senses are activated. The smell of grandma’s pies cooking in the kitchen, the sound of the football crowd roaring in the stadium...

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