In a world where people become busier as each day passes, balance seems elusive. But what if there was a simple way to gain a sense of balance?
I got an Apple Watch! I am beyond excited, but probably for different reasons than you might guess. Read on for the saga so far:
(Warning: this post is somewhat long. I’ve tried to label the different sections, so if you want to skip over portions, it should be easier for you.)
Do you remember how you learned to ride a bicycle? Were you one of the lucky ones that learned easily? Or is the memory so terrifying that you’ve blocked it out of your consciousness (like me)?
Not having the privilege of raising children, I’ve never taught someone how to ride a bike.… Read the rest
The year was 1995. I had been working for the same company for over a decade. I had changed job roles at least six times, doing (sometimes completely) different things, but now something was missing. I was no longer excited about coming to work.
A group of us had fallen in the habit of eating lunch and talking about life.… Read the rest
July 8, 2014.
“It’s always darkest before the greatest opportunity.”
How does this phrase speak to you? Please comment…
For me, this phrase came to mind as I was reading in my Bible this morning about Paul’s voyage to Rome in Acts. And I was considering the twists and turns of my life over the last few years.… Read the rest
Christopher McCluskey is the President of Professional Christian Coaching Institute (PCCI) and is often referred to as the “Father of Christian Coaching”. In a recent podcast on Missionary Coaching, Chris rattled off THE primary distinction between ICF-style coaching and other forms of people helping. … Read the rest
I recently read a great Commencement Speech by Don Peppers. You can find it at: http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130521085659-17102372-class-of-2013-you-can-t-make-a-living-just-by-solving-problems?ref=email I encourage you to read the entire article.… Read the rest
Recently, the Merriam-Webster Dictionary added the term “Life Coach” to their dictionary. While this is gratifying to have this level of recognition, they added a bit that true Life Coaches don’t do. Care to guess what it is?
Here is their definition of Life Coach: (noun) an advisor who helps people make decisions, set and reach goals, or deal with problems.… Read the rest