The first step in creating any significant behavior change must start with making cognitive and emotional shifts. Coaching can be most powerful here.
Transformation happens in the details. And although it may sound trite, positive declarations and their coinciding specific commitments generate action, while negatively focused resolutions stymie results.
New Year’s Resolutions. Yuck. If weight loss tops your list, then you’re in good company. Fleetingly hopeful, mostly depressed, self-critical company. Carve an inspiring path for yourself instead. Here’s how.
You've heard it before: When it comes to accomplishing a big change, whether it's making a career shift or releasing excess weight, your odds of success are much greater if someone else has your back. The primary reason most experts give is accountability. Makes...
I know it's not yet Christmas, but I can't help thinking about New Year's Resolutions. Or, rather, Un-resolutions. As in: I'm going to resolve not to do everything on my own. Take this blog, for example. I published this site months ago, and each time I come back to...