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Sports Coaching and Life Coaching

The Hare and the Tortoise Yesterday, for the first time, I saw a live hockey game. The home team was hosting the visiting team, and playing in a happy, supportive – and screaming – fan filled arena. There was noise, enthusiasm, branding of towels, T-shirts, lights,...

Life & Executive Coaching: on Choices

In an era where there is too much of everything, joy and fulfillment can be hard to find. We try to fill the emptiness by buying things. But there is too much of many things: clothes at stores, electronic gadgets, too many cereals at the supermarket aisle, financial products,...

Life Coaching an Executive: on following your heart…

A true story. I was listening to my coaching client intently and with great interest, making direct eye contact, and fully in the moment when I realized I had never seen him smile. He was (still is) the CEO of a global, multi-billion dollar company, and while he hired me as his...

Coaching on Happiness. Again…

One study recently claimed that people with a $75,000 income peak are more likely to be happy. I am wondering how this study was conducted, and whether it has presumed biases, and which. In any case, there is now a field called “psychology of happiness”, and books are...

Business & Executive Coaching: On Motivation

On Motivation or Lack thereof… Executives and Managers: Here are 10 ways to ramp up your motivation. 1. Be a visionary. Have a vision and align colleagues and employees with that vision. Getting them to rally behind you makes you an inspiring, energizing and energized leader. 2....

Coaching on Opportunities…

In the wise words of Freeman Dyson, the quantum physicist and mathematician: “do not imagine that you have to know everything before you can do anything. My own best work was done when I was most ignorant. Grab every opportunity to take responsibility and do things for...

On Worry and How Professional Coaching Can Help

“As I lay awake last night, worrying about what might go wrong, I recalled what you had often said to me: worry is a bad habit; it is a filler that we add in to cover up for fears, loss of control and guilt. Yet, I could not shake myself out of it. It became a spiraling...