Tag Archives: change

That Insidious Comfort Zone

Many of my individual coaching clients are development types stuck in jobs that no longer interest them.  It is time for them to move on, but something is holding them back.  That something manifests itself in them looking at a … Continue reading

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PRACTICE MAKES (Almost) PERFECT

Writing used to be one of my joys.  But lately, writing has begun to feel like a chore.  So I’ve decided that I have to start doing more of it. I know; that seems counter-intuitive, but I’ve found over the … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal

Last night I had dinner with about a dozen graduate students who are all members of the Women in Leadership Association at the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University.  The women—and one very brave man—are all contemplating careers … Continue reading

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Singularity of Purpose

My two dogs have always been pretty opposite.  The mostly border collie is lithe, graceful and likes to move fast.  The keeshond/chow/who knows what else is large, lumbering and would prefer not to move at all. Walking them was always … Continue reading

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Wherever You Go

We leave in 4 days.  My husband has no more shaving crème; I’ve run out of coffee. The bar of soap in our shower is perilously thin.  A new family moved into the apartment upstairs.  They have at least 300 … Continue reading

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