Self-coaching: Using Our Strengths

It’s easy to to think of our lives as a series of missed opportunities – one long list of things we could have done better. You can flip that script, [ read more brave ]

PCV shout-out

  To whoever came by my site over the weekend and read all the posts about Peace Corps. I offer pro bono coaching to all current and recently returned PCVs [ read more brave ]

Career Resources

Four of the best career articles I’ve seen lately: How To Prepare For Your Dream Career While You’re In The Job You Have Now, Fast Company How to Recognize a [ read more brave ]

Three types of empathy

It turns out thee are actually three kinds of empathy, and they all have different effects on the way you interact with people. Cognitive empathy is the understanding of how [ read more brave ]

Your coach is not your friend

People ask me, sometimes, what you get from coaching that you can’t get from a conversation with a friend. The short answer: your coach is not your friend. And that’s [ read more brave ]

Three Quick Ways to Fight Stress

Spend a moment to consciously relax our hands, feet, and face. Deliberately unclench your hands and let them lie loose in your lap. Let your feet sit flat and unflexed [ read more brave ]

Self-Coaching: What is your harvest?

  One way to look at life is through seasons of planting and seasons of harvesting. There are times in your life – college, for instance, when planting dominates. You [ read more brave ]

Myth vs Science – psychopath kids

First, we have a totally engrossing Atlantic article about kids who are born psychopaths. It’s a kind of horror story for everyone who has a baby, or wants one. And [ read more brave ]

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Things I’d write about if I had time

I received press releases about these two initiatives, and they both sound genuinely intriguing. If I wasn’t so busy right now, I’d follow up to find our more. First, we [ read more brave ]