Even coaches have coaches, and mine challenged me to do my first Facebook Live.
I recently coached a client who can’t get it all done. There is just too much on her plate to
Ever feel like that?
Last night before I went to bed, I finished Alyson Stanfield’s book, “I’d Rather Be in the Studio: The Artist’s No-excuse Guide to Self-promotion. It’s written for working artists who want to grow, and full disclosure, Alyson and I work together.
It must have lingered in my consciousness as I slept because
this is what I wrote in my dream journal this morning:
I once read in a magazine about a missionary in Africa who had been living in a village for quite a few years. Strong friendships had developed, but the time had come for him to leave.
The village held a farewell feast and many friends
I coached a client a few weeks ago who was not feeling well. She had respiratory issues and had been sniffing and coughing for 2 weeks.
During our coaching, it really didn’t matter what question I asked, everything boiled down to how sick she was. She believed
In 2015 when I was still in the day job working in higher education, it was hard to imagine a life where the alarm did not go off at 4:30 so I could be at my desk across town by 7:30. My daily schedule, my budget, and my availability to my family were all dictated by my responsibility to my employer.
I bet you know what that’s like.
When I realized