Posts Categorized: Personal Growth & Development

The Compounding Effect of Choice

Most people are familiar with the compounding effect of money, as its key to the long-term accumulation of wealth.  Saving a few hundred dollars each month grows into tens of thousands over time.  The principles of compounding also apply in every area of our lives, whether we like it or not.  Internalize the simple principles in… Read more »

Being is Doing

Have you ever wondered why salmon die after battling their way upstream to spawn? It’s because their adrenal glands can’t turn off, so they die from an excess of stimulation. If their adrenal glands are removed right after they spawn, they can live for another year. Something similar happens to human beings who live in… Read more »

9 Ways to Create More Energy in Your Life By Eliminating Tolerations

Wish you could double the amount of energy and time you have in a day? Ever feel sluggish and bogged down, finding it difficult keep sanity and success soaring? If you’re ready to feel more energized, creative and productive, then today’s feature is for you.  You’re about to learn one of the best-kept secrets to… Read more »

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s separation: Were you affected? (Part II)

Last Friday, we explored why celebrity divorces and breakups, like the buzz about Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s potential divorce, can affect us exponentially. If you missed it CLICK HERE. Today, I’ve got a few tips to apply when you feel jostled by news of a pending divorce. Finding inner peace in the face of… Read more »

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s Separation: Were you affected? (Part I)

On May 9, 2011, many of us read in the LA Times, “Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife, Maria Shriver, have separated, with Shriver moving out of their Brentwood mansion while the two determine the next step in their 25-year marriage.” It’s startling to read about any celebrity couple parting ways after years of… Read more »

Inner Peace and 6 Keys to Being CALM in the Eye of the Storm – #1. Be Grounded and Connected to Yourself

Your life is going reasonably well.  You’re focused, “on track” and feeling centered …yet all of a sudden your workload triples, an employee leaves, a significant person in your life becomes emotionally distraught, or perhaps a death or illness surprises the family.  Sometimes when coaching, it seems that every client I work with has their… Read more »