People typically have questions about health coaching, whenever I introduce myself as a coach. And often, depending on the time someone has to talk, the questions start out general and then move to the specific and personal. Perhaps you have a few questions yourself. So today, let's take a look at some of these frequently asked questions about coaching, and some answers. We'll start with the … [Read more...] about 3 Questions I’m Constantly Asked about Coaching
Amid pandemic and unrest, we wonder which stores, restaurants, salons, beaches, entertainment venues and communities remain closed and which ones are open. And to what extent? So how might we benefit from turning those questions to ourselves for a bit, to create greater self-awareness and intention for the days ahead? Closed or open - which one am I? In what ways am I "closed," and in … [Read more...] about Closed or Open – Which One Am I?
This isn’t ever how it should be – a high school senior gone in an instant. No matter how many news stories you hear about teens at other schools dying suddenly, you’re never prepared when it hits close to home. It hit our community last week. Bubbly, talented, respected and loved, Kenzie Ruston died Jan. 4, along with a family friend. Their small plane crashed in Wyoming. It was the day … [Read more...] about Making Sense of Tragedy: Turning “Why?” into “What Now?”
I’ve played Novak Djokovic, the world’s #1 men’s singles champion, in tennis. It was such a crazy scene. Before I even woke up, I knew that it was a dream. Did I mention that I don’t even own a tennis racquet? Nonetheless, there we were, in dreamy color, facing each other on a rooftop tennis court atop a hotel. And … wait for it … Novak and I were playing with tennis balls made out of … [Read more...] about Novak, Toilet Paper, and Dreams