Blogs / Podcasts

  • people skills
    Life Hacks to Handle Difficult People Life Hacks to Handle Difficult People

    Life Hacks to Handle Difficult People

Life Hacks to Handle Difficult People

I get to spend most of my time with clients coming up with “life hacks,” those simple and deliciously clever ways to deal with life’s frustrations and without a doubt, difficult people are at the top of the list. (more…)
By |July, 16th, 2019|Relationships, Resilience, Success|Comments Off on Life Hacks to Handle Difficult People
  • tough decisions
    The Easiest Way to Make a Tough Decision The Easiest Way to Make a Tough Decision

    The Easiest Way to Make a Tough Decision

The Easiest Way to Make a Tough Decision

You might say I’m in the “change business.”  Most people seek me out because they want to change something in their lives, usually some variation of:   How can I get along better with myself? How can I get along better with other people? 
By |June, 10th, 2019|Personal Growth, Success|Comments Off on The Easiest Way to Make a Tough Decision
  • How To Get Along With Parents
    How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else

    How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else

How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else

“It’s always something or your mother,” as Wynona Judd is fond of saying.  I guess she should know.  She and her mother Naomi Judd were one of the most successful duos in country music history, and the backstory of their complicated relationship has been well documented on reality TV.  
By |May, 17th, 2019|Happiness, Personal Growth, Relationships, Resilience|Comments Off on How to Make Peace with Your Parents — And Just About Anybody Else
  • Heart Health
    How Resilience Protects Your Heart – Inside and Out How Resilience Protects Your Heart – Inside and Out

    How Resilience Protects Your Heart – Inside and Out

How Resilience Protects Your Heart – Inside and Out

“What’s your why?” I knew that question would be a great ice-breaker at the American Heart Association event I was hosting. The answers came quickly, and all of them were personal: names of relatives and friends who had survived — or not — from heart disease or stroke.  Some answers struck even closer to […]
By |April, 6th, 2019|Resilience|Comments Off on How Resilience Protects Your Heart – Inside and Out