Tag Archives: peace of mind

Your Relationship: Is It Functional, Adaptable, or Sustainable?

Life, as we experience it now, is functional, adaptable, or sustainable. In other words, our society produces what we need to function – food, shelter, clothing, and all the things we need to survive. At an unconscious level, we only want peace and happiness, yet these basics just don’t cut it. That’s a problem. So,… Continue Reading

100% Responsibility + 0% Excuses = Accountability. Doesn’t It?

100% Responsibility + 0% Excuses = Accountability. Doesn’t It?

Responsibility and accountability are more than Interesting words; they are principles of life, whether it be in your professional or your personal life. You might be thinking, “Principles? What d’ya mean by principles, Dan?” I invite you to read on because there is a link to a great video that ties this together with an… Continue Reading

Reframe Your Thoughts? Here’s How and Why

Ever had it happen in a conversation where you ask a totally benign question and your get a barrage of less-than-pleasing-or-positive words and feelings? And have you found yourself pondering, “What could I do differently so I get different results?” This video gives you a tool to reframe your thoughts, which leads to different words,… Continue Reading

Celebration Time For You, Isn’t It?

“We’re curious to know how you have celebrated the great work you’re doing?” This is a typical question we ask when we are working with coaching clients (individuals or couples). The typical response is, “What do you mean by celebrate?” I don’t know about you, but for us, it can be too easy to get caught up… Continue Reading