Newsletters related to Executive Coaching

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  • Would you like to handle criticism better?
    February 3, 2014

    Need a better way to respond to criticism? This newsletter discusses five points that you can instantly use in your daily life for better results.

  • A good method to help you change careers
    January 15, 2014

    In order to give ourselves the best chance of having a healthy perspective about life in general and our place in life, we will do well to take the time to be mindful. You can achieve a lot by simply being mindful of what you are doing in the moment, rather than thinking about other ...

  • Are you on the right career path?
    January 3, 2014

    Many people have a lot of pain around the issue of what they “should” be doing work-wise. It can be really horrible going to work everyday when you are unhappy with what you are doing. You will have the best chance of excelling in a career when it is agreeable to your whole self.

  • Say yes to success
    October 1, 2013

    What happens for many of us is that without realizing it, we often have competing goals and desires. We say that we want to be successful, and or emotionally fulfilled, and yet we find ourselves not fully agreeing with our stated intention.

  • The Risks and Rewards of Personal Freedom
    April 1, 2013

    The quality of your life depends on feeling your essence, and living the design that is you. If you are a fish your life needs to be all about swimming. If you are a bird your life needs to be all about flying and spreading your message of freedom.

  • Suffering and happiness
    April 16, 2012

    A paradox is a thought, belief, or statement that appears to be contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a truth. We often get caught up in the paradoxical differences between “What we think is best and what we actually do.”

  • Courage in the face of perceived failure
    December 15, 2011

    The fear of failure is an emotion that knocks on everyone’s door at one time or another… This story of my work with a client might help you to learn something about yourself.

  • Simplicity
    November 5, 2011

    What I’ve learned over time, is that high quality solutions are invariably simple. Conversely, when people feel incapable of finding a path forward, they invariably formulate their challenge in a way that’s overly complex. It’s the complication they’ve built up in their mind, that obscures their solution.

  • Work hard, don’t worry
    August 1, 2011

    This is story about “Kinkenrikko”. The Japanese concept of “hard work and frugality”. You can learn a lot about Japanese spirit by reading this story.

  • Problems First – Toyota
    July 15, 2011

    Today’s story is an updated version of a story I often share with my Executive Coaching clients. I think the wisdom of the Toyota approach of “Problems first” has a lot to offer you in the day to day living of your life.

  • Never underestimate the power of your original self
    June 2, 2011

    We increase our suffering by failing to appreciate the opportunities and learning our current challenges offers us. No one lives a life without challenges, and indeed our challenges make us who we are.

  • Mushin – A concept of innocent simplicity
    May 1, 2011

    A Japanese architect told me the following- The simpler you make something, the more obvious the obstructions in your thinking appear. In the early stages of each new design, I look forward to discovering the weaknesses in my thinking.

  • A crisis of faith
    March 15, 2011

    What are your afraid of? The attack of your counterpart who is simply performing his half of a training task? The judgment of people watching who might say you’re clumsy and unskilled? Or perhaps what you’re fearing most is the attack of your own negative self judgments.

  • Lessons learned from hard times
    January 28, 2011

    I have many fond memories of sitting in my wife’s grandmother’s house, sipping tea, and giving “obaachan” the space to say whatever was on her mind. Today she talked about lessons learned from hard times.