The small daily decisions we make determine our direction in life. Life organizes itself around what and who we put into it. How we navigate conflict in all our relationships is critical to where we end up. Things happen that need to be talked about. Employees are...
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Easter is a time for us to reconnect with loved ones and family, reflect on the year so far and have some time for renewal. The title of Easter remains a muted memory of Eostre, a goddess of the dawn who arrived from the east, bringing light and promise of new life,...
Happy International Women’s Day!
Happy International Women’s Day! I recently had the privilege of sponsoring the Leader of the Year award for the Woman of Worth awards. I received this award in 2019, and it was very meaningful to me. I spend my professional days helping people feel seen and heard....
Big Connection in Little Moments
I posted the following on Facebook the other day (edited): I was on the road during rush hour when a bus in front of me was looking to merging back in traffic. It was getting little help or cooperation from the two cars in front of me. They surged forward, narrowing...
It’s Always About Relationship
Following on his last blog about ‘Being Your Best’, Duane delves into the “relational” quality that is essential to any and all evolutionary growth.
Step In. Stay In.
Duane elucidates the very personal and very subtle internal journey involved in choosing to be our best in every moment.
Face Yourself First – Part 3
In part 3, Catherine wraps up this story with a discussion about strategies, including how some strategies can create the very situations we try to avoid. The cry of the overfunctioner is ‘I give and and give, why…
Face Yourself First – Part 2
Continuing… When I was young, I found my refuge in books. I read between the lines of Snow White, Cinderella and later Harlequin: I do not feel good enough, but ‘someday my Prince will come’. I will find ‘the one’, my ‘soulmate’.
Face Yourself First – Part 1
I was one of those little girls who was always on the outside of the group. Through careful study and imitation of the group I could work my way ‘in’, but then I would say or do something that would put me right back on the outside again…
Happiness Is a By-Product, Not a Goal – Part 2
Continuing from Part 1, Catherine and Duane explain “the basement” and illustrate how a change in thinking can yield a great change in personal growth.