choices

The struggle is real. Having kids and also wanting that adult time without them. Every parent struggles with it, whether
When this happens, pay attention! Stop. Look. And Listen. Ask yourself "Why?" Why is that little word ("Pop" in my case.) making
I'm often facilitating a group class or meeting with a coaching client when the beautiful topic of "Time Management" comes up. It came up just last week: A group had the same set of questions and wanted answers.
I own a 2007 Chevy Malibu. It's nothing fancy, but it's got me where I've needed to go. And it's been remarkably reliable. Besides oil changes and a few minor repairs, I've not had to put much money into it - and it has over 150,000 miles on it. I've felt fortunate.
Decision making processes in humans is both incredibly special and flawed. Every time we are faced with making a decision, a myriad number of potential calculations goes through our heads in order to create our desired outcome. Even when we don't decide, we are still making choices about where we will contribute our time and energy.
Don't just accept your "lot in life."
While Anthony Weiner isn't learning from his mistakes, his pattern of self-sabotage offers us all the chance to be wise and learn from him. No matter what level of success one has achieved or how smart they appear on paper, they are doomed to repeat their mistakes and ensure their own downfall, if they choose to ignore their conditioning and the invisible forces that hijack their better judgment.
I’ve never been someone who had a burning desire to be a mom. I never liked babysitting. The one and only time I did it at
Guess what... you don't always get what you want. I know it seems hard to believe, but life is sometimes unfair.
See what happened there? Those three simple letters changed everything. All of a sudden it wasn't that I couldn't do something...but that I couldn't do it at this moment. And, if I wanted to, I could do it in the future.
What sets resilient people apart from those who give up more easily? The ability to manage and master their explanatory styles post situations, both personal and professional.
Conclusion: The father plays a major role in who we are and who we become; his absence may occupy the center stage of a person's life.
This girl, who is the same age as me, who I grew up with, went one way in life, and I went another. In theory, the odds should have been stacked against me.
I walked over to him, closed my eyes and rested my hand on the rough bark of his trunk and I could feel his stress and despair.
Your outfit may alter how you approach and interact with the world. Your outfit is a social armor. What we wear has power over our mood and of course, others.
Throughout your day, we are making choices... and those determine the quality of our lives. To improve our lives, we need to improve the choices we make. I hope this will help you do so.