Surround Yourself!

The 100 Day Challenge, Day 90: Never underestimate the power of spending time around people who uplift you, who are doing what you want to do, who inspire you, who you can learn from, who think big, who may have fear, but push ahead anyway, who encourage you and who are up to doing great … Continued

Great Coaching Questions!

The 100 Day Challenge, Day 89: One of the most important traits of a great coach is their ability to ask great questions!  You can learn to do this for yourself, too, though I do notice that a coach will tend to ask you tougher questions, or questions that you did not think of.  Your … Continued


The 100 Day Challenge, Day 88: Authenticity comes up a lot in coaching.  Actually, it is a reason many people come to coaching, they are searching for their true selves, purpose and  wanting clarity.  Coaching is perfect for working on those things.  As a professional development coach in the areas of mindset, life and business, … Continued


The 100 Day Challenge, Day 87: It always helps to have something to be celebrating!  Today is my birthday, and also my son’s birthday- so this one is a no brainer!  I celebrated with my family, and also with a little bit of time to myself taking a walk, a little shopping and errand running. … Continued

Personal Discovery

The 100 Day Challenge, Day 86: I posted a John Maxwell quote on Facebook yesterday that I am still thinking about.  It goes like this “If you are going to grow personally, it needs to be intentional and daily.”  Stuff happens to us all of the time, but to be intentional about growing and learning … Continued


The 100 Day Challenge, Day 85: A cute book I have on my shelf is 7 Life Lesson’s from Noah’s Ark and #4 is called Don’t give up the ship: The Lesson of Perseverance.  When I do thinking styles assessments with my new clients, this is the #1 strength I see most often among them. … Continued


The 100 Day Challenge, Day 84: You have all heard the old saying “Ask and ye shall receive”,  right?  Short post for today and the message is this- if you want something, ask for it.  If the answer is no, you are no worse off than you were before you asked it.  And you are … Continued

Recognizing Your Strengths

The 100 Day Challenge, Day 83: One of the things that I see commonly in clients I work with is their inability to see their strengths and to give themselves credit for what they do well.  Sometimes it is hard to know what we are good at and what our strengths are.  There are a … Continued

Planning and Goal Setting: The 7 Areas of Your Life

The 100 Day Challenge, Day 82: I promised Steve Cormier, host of TCP the Corm Project on 100.7, WXMR that I would post this information here on my blog.  We had a great discussion today about the fact that 1/3 of the year has now passed, and being that we are on the brink of … Continued


The 100 Day Challenge, Day 81: One of the best ways to insure your success, in any area, is to get organized.  As I write this, we are on the brink of a new week and a new month.  The month of May is perfectly suited to throwing out the old and bringing in the … Continued