A friend called recently, and seemed to ascribe a lot of recent bad luck to having bought a particular car. Well, maybe. More likely, his actions had delivered consequences he didn’t like. But that involved pointing the finger of blame at himself, which he was unwilling to do. Any more of that, and the . . . → Read More: CAUSE AND EFFECT, AND OTHER UNLIKELY STORIES
It’s been a while, hasn’t it?
You see, I needed some time away. Not something I planned, the result of a visioning process or some strategy. No, I was responding to a feeling that something wasn’t right. And whatever that was, connects with the fact that I don’t describe myself as a coach as . . . → Read More: JUST A STEP AWAY
Maybe you know Chris Morris through his writings on coaching. You might have heard about his involvement in politics, as a consultant and speech writer. That had its origins in his youthful activism, which was instrumental in securing equal age of consent for gays. Chris himself was a teenager at the time. By his . . . → Read More: CHRIS MORRIS INTERVIEW, PART 1
I’ve been puzzling over a couple of work issues, and for all the ways I know how to unstick that which seems stuck, it took someone else’s coaching — thank you Michael Breen — to spark the lightbulb moment which has prompted me to feel happier and more resourceful since. In both cases the . . . → Read More: UNFIXING HELPS FIX THINGS