Posts Tagged ‘life coaching’

Shooting? What shooting?

@ the occasion of the 11/6/2017 Texas church massacre....   Shooting? What shooting? My perspective on this is through the two main and conflicted views of this deadly event in...

Good Coaching is…..

I coach my clients with questions as tools that probe and examine conscious beliefs and subconscious assumptions.  My coaching may bring these to light or reframe them with you so...

A Worldview Coaching Perspective

AN IMPORTANT EXAMPLE OF EVOLUTIONARY PROGRESS  Blog Posts in a series. Today, 21t century morality has it that one may choose to be all heterosexual or all gay, or Bisexual,...

men and women

As I see it, Feminism is the attempt to redress the inadequacies or outmoded ways of men and women seeing each other and acting their 'stereo'-roles with or 'at' each...

What’s wrong with Religion anymore?

I heard it said lately that formal religion in this country (churches, synagogues, even mosques) are losing members in significant numbers and consistently.  Why?  What gives? People go to church...

“Goofy, Silly” Personal Development? Will Farrell?!

Love a good flic? A friend polled her friends who'd seen "Blades of Glory" with Will Farrell and they all thought it was "goofy," or just "silly."   But she told...

Trayvon is gone! What Else? What’s Next? What Now?

These days, so many people are searching for answers to these questions.  They alarm us!  Coherence seems to have gone out of our lives.  Everybody's blaming everybody else or acting the victim to...

“It was in my mouth the whole time”

Ever miss something right before your very eyes?  Today, while I put away the ingredients to the sandwich I'd just made, I looked for the missing twist-tie to my bag...

Caution: Soul at Work

Silly me, but I still sometimes slip into thinking of the word "soul" as somehow defined by those in the church or by some vague but tacit connection to death.  Soul does have...

Steve Jobs and the Wisdom Gene

Of the three personal stories Steve Jobs shared in his commencement address at Stanford in 2005, I felt focused on the last one in my purpose coaching.  It represents both...