Forget the punishing New Years Resolutions–the denying yourself the things you love. Here’s a new twist! Celebrate Self-Love Month in January by beginning 2013 with 31 days of being kind to yourself. Best-selling author Daylle Deanna Schwartz is the genius behind the Self-Love Movement and is offering her new book How Do I Love Me? […]
This or That? Or Both.
A little girl grew up and wanted to become a nun. She also had a talent for humor and wanted to make people laugh. She wanted to be a comedienne. So what was she going to do? Become a nun or a comedienne? How about both? Yes both. Check out this video and see how […]
The 5 Most Common Divorce Mistakes
Pegotty and Randy Cooper, coach colleagues of mine who train coaches specializing in divorce, shared the 5 biggest and most common mistakes people make when they negotiate a settlement in a divorce. They are: 1) Throwing in the Towel. 2) Taking the “My way or the highway” approach to negotiating. 3) Betting the farm on […]
Leadership Lessons from the Dancing Guy
This video is a perfect illustration of the nature of leadership and how we can create movements and attract followers. It starts with one crazy, shirtless guy, who eventually attracts a follower. Notice the momentum that happens when one follower turns into three. And see how easy it is to create a mob when you […]
How to Become a Friendlier Person by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie was born in 1888 and passed away in 1995. Yet many decades after his death we still look to his good advice to help us build relationships and manage stress and worry. I’ve always said if you want a friend, be a friend. I don’t know who to attribute this saying to, but […]
Brilliant Capability of the Mind
Beautiful Minds: Stephen Wiltshire My mother forwarded me this video and I was blown away. Stephen Wiltshire, from London, is nicknamed the ‘Living Camera” and he is autistic. He was challenged to draw a 500 yard panoramic picture of Rome in three days after one short helicopter ride over Rome. He had never been in […]
“I have a home, and a car, and a job. Do you need a few bucks for some coffee?” When I saw this photo it made me smile. How amazing it is that this man thought to make a sign like this and commit the time and money to stand out on a corner handing out […]
What are You Passionate About?
I attended a wedding two weeks ago and was seated beside a man in his eighties who admitted to me that he had never found his passion and had stayed in a career that he did not enjoy. This made me very sad because I knew that this was not unusual. I’ve had clients who […]
Like What You See Here? Check Out the Previous Posts
Prior to creating launching my new website, the 180 coaching blog was hosted on blogger.com. There was no easy way to bring that content over to the new website at WordPress, so I am providing a link back to the archives of the blog so that you can check out our previous posts. Here’s an […]
Is Your Communication Style Crippling You?
Often when I work with clients to repair a relationship, whether it’s business or personal, we uncover a skill gap – the skill to communicate. Effective communication is a large part of what builds successful relationships and well-being. Unfortunately communication skills are not taught in high school or even in college so most of us […]