Not Enough Time? How to Slow Down and Achieve More

You set your goals, prepared to meet personal challenges and geared up to win professional battles. Ready to run down the path to success, you resolved to get more done and achieve your dreams. This was your time. So,you began to...

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Hijacked by Panic? Tips for Overcoming Overwhelm

Do you know panic? Sometimes it comes in hot and harsh, takes over, knocks you back with fear or upset, and spooks you for a long time afterward. Sometimes it rises slowly, overwhelming you with the thought that when you do...

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What it Takes to Bounce Back and Fail Forward

“The essence of man is imperfection. Know that you're going to make mistakes. The fellow who never makes a mistake takes his orders from one who does. Wake up and realize this: Failure is simply a price we pay...

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Burnout: Prevention and Recovery

About every month or two one or more of my clients suffers from Burnout. Burnout is not technically a clinical term, but one that is used to describe a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion that renders a person...

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Six Effective Life Coaching Tips for Overcoming Obstacles

Goals, endeavors, and dreams propel each of us forward individually. With our eyes fixed on the target, and a plan in place, we hope to move forward, eventually reaching success. Most likely, you are in pursuit of your own goal...

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Learning How to Overcome Procrastination

Procrastination: To delay, put off or avoid doing something, especially something requiring immediate attention.   That is the dictionary definition. Many of us procrastinate to some degree. That is, we may find ourselves putting off certain tasks which may be difficult...

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Reality Check, The Real Truth About Divorce

Couples often come to my office for counseling when they are just about at the end of their patience with each other. They have either been arguing uncontrollably, been distant and withdrawn or perhaps just tired and bored with their...

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Men, Sex, Midlife Crisis and Male Menopause

Midlife is a normal developmental stage that all men get to experience. It is at this time, somewhere between 40-55 years of age, that both psychological as well as physiological changes take place. It is often at this time that a...

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How to Build Your Self-Confidence and Improve Your Self-Esteem

What is The Difference between Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence? Self-Esteem Self-esteem and self-confidence are sometimes confused. Self-esteem is about how you see or value yourself. It is the way you feel about your worth. It is whether you feel you are good,...

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Chronic Stress, What It Is, Who Gets It and What To Do About It

Do you often feel irritated, angry, tired or even completely spent? Are you becoming “unglued” at times? Have you been experiencing these stressful symptoms for a while? If that is the case you are probably dealing with chronic stress or...

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