Monthly Archives: June 2014

Losing your cool

A few days ago I was taking a walk with my girlfriend, Tia. We were enjoying a chat when something unexpected happened. Our pleasant conversation took a sudden turn, and my girlfriend went from cheerful to explosive. I found myself … Continue reading

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Not happy at your workplace? Maybe this is why.

It’s not very uncommon for people to feel stressed and burnt out at work. While this talk is focused on leadership, it brings up a very important point about workplaces. So, here’s the big question, “Does your boss look out … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Secret to Time Management Part 2: strategies

Last week we looked at the big secret behind time-management which is unfortunately something depressing to discover. Time-management won’t fix most of your problems because it only allows you to organize your time. We also covered how people who have … Continue reading

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This guitarist blew me away

Going through my Facebook feed, I found this video. I’m not very versed in music, but even I can tell¬† that this guitarist is insanely good. His name is Mariusz Goldi and it looks like he currently makes his living … Continue reading

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A reminder to value the time you have

For those unaware, you’ve probably heard Zach Sobiech on the radio. He created a hit song called “Clouds”, but what is far more touching than his song is his story.¬† Many of us are all worried about what we’ll do … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Secret to Time Management

When you are a life coach, you tend to study the heck out of whatever your specialization is. For example, if you are a grief management coach, you probably know the stages of grief inside and out, upside-down and right-side-out, … Continue reading

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The art of asking

This is probably one of the greatest things I struggle with. It’s refreshing to see somebody make this a strength.

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Rediscovering your strengths

You’ve probably experienced this before. You are at a challenging point of your life or you find yourself working on a project and getting no head way. Everything you do feels like you are punching a wall that just won’t … Continue reading

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