Take Time to Unplug & Reboot Your Life And Cherish the Global Community by Patrick Williams, Ed.D., MCC In our coaching engagements, we model and may even teach the power of pause…a purposeful use of silence and focused listening giving us and our clients time to slow down and hear our inner voice. Even our …Read More about Take Time for YOU
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Living with Scars, Real or Unseen I just had surgery for a melanoma on my forehead, bigger than most and left a V shaped scar about 2 inches by 3 inches. It doesn’t look pretty but it’s better than letting the cancer spread. Anyone who has lived life’s various stages will have many scars, age …Read More about Living with Scars: Visible and Invisible
Questions are what make us human As I arrive in Los Cabos for a family gathering, and ponder the recent talk of border walls, and keeping people out and keeping people in, I reflect on all my travels around the world and wonder…why do we humans have such a problem with different people? Different from …Read More about Finding Peace in a Paradoxical World
When the Going Gets Tough…. the Tough Get NAKED! No, I don’t mean you disrobe and get naked physically…that could lead to more problems if inappropriate…but I do mean get naked emotionally. When times are tough and you feel out of our power, find a confidante, a trusted friend, or a professional to discuss what you …Read More about When the Going Gets Tough…. the Tough Get NAKED!
Good Grief: How to cope, survive, and even thrive after loss…eventually Charlie Brown, the famous Peanuts character, was oft exclaiming, “Good grief.” In those moments he, of course, was not really speaking about grief. It was just a colloquial phrase often expressed in moments of upset or disappointment. I have counseled and coached others for …Read More about Good Grief: How to cope, survive and even thrive after loss…eventually
From Soup Cans to Cyber Sharing: Modern Communication & Privacy “Each person’s life is lived as a series of conversations.” — Deborah Tanner Some of you who are wise elders will remember a form of communication we did in our childhoods with two soup cans strung about twenty to thirty feet apart with a string or wire, and …Read More about From Soup Cans to Cyber Sharing: Modern Communication & Privacy
Good Grief: How to cope, survive, and even thrive after loss…….eventually Charlie Brown, the famous Peanuts character, was oft exclaiming, “Good grief”. In those moments, he, of course was not really speaking about grief. It was just a colloquial phrase often expressed in moments of upset or disappointment. I have counseled and …Read More about Good Grief
Global Warming of the Human Kind By: Patrick Williams, EdD, MCC The world needs global warming- not the environmental kind, the relational kind! Throughout the news media we hear somber warnings of global warming and its potential effects on the environment. We are also beginning to see a quickening of global warming in the …Read More about Global Warming is Needed…but Not the Kind You Think
Dropping All the Balls While Juggling: Is Work-Life Balance a Myth? Being a leadership coach for more than 25 years, an author of many books, and a teacher of coaching skills, the topic of work-life balance for clients (and ourselves) is often discussed. I even suggest the use of a Life Balance Wheel, showing …Read More about The Myth of Work/Life Balance