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Life Coaching: Spend More Time on Love

“Any time not spent on love is wasted.” – Torquato Tasso (1544-1595)  Why Spend Time on Love? Love brings us so much happiness and peace because the need for it lies at the very foundation of our existence. However capable and skillful we may...
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Advice from a Life Coach: 7 Ways to Cope When Life Burns You Out

This year my life coaching clients are talking about “burnout” more than ever before. The pandemic has been rough, a real challenge on many levels. We’ve been through a lot. Most of us realize that new habits, new behavior, and new attitudes...
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The Life Coach Asks: Is it the Most Wonderful Time Yet?

With Thanksgiving and Hanukkah in the rearview and the rest of the December holidays quickly approaching, many of us are experiencing a combination of excitement and maybe a little trepidation about giving ourselves and our families a wonderful time....
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7 Key Practices to Cultivate Lifelong Learning

In Washington, D.C., many of the people who come to me for life coaching have impressive college and graduate school degrees. The trouble is, these degrees and past educational accomplishments aren’t necessarily helping them now. Men and women who...
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How Relationships Have Shifted Post-COVID, and What You Can Do About It

Before the pandemic, most of us did not spend a whole lot of time evaluating our social interactions. Meeting up with friends and family was sometimes fraught for other reasons, but certainly, nothing like the health-related existential worry about getting...
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How to Take Bold Action in the Face of Uncertainty

How can you be bold in the face of change and uncertainty? How can you take risks, be courageous and confident even when nothing is certain? Is it even possible to move forward right now with your head held high? What does “being bold” mean...
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Life Coaching: How to See Yourself Clearly

Think back to a time you looked into a distorted mirror. It may have been at a carnival funhouse, or a glimpse in the reflection of a warped window. Parts of you didn’t look quite right. The skewed image made you feel unbalanced, not quite yourself....
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