Life Coaching

The DC Life Coach: Thoughts on Productivity During the Global Pandemic

If you’re at all like me right now, you’re in a bit of a struggle. Here in Washington, DC, we have been in lockdown for the COVID-19 pandemic for over a month. I have read several articles about productivity. Some say, let go of productivity....
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From the DC Life Coach: Coping With Coronavirus Anxiety

In times of crisis, such as right now as our nation is experiencing the outbreak of the coronavirus, we must take extra care to keep ourselves in balance. Fretting, worrying, and panicking are draining and unproductive emotions. This afternoon I went...
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Words Matter: How to Use the Language of Love to Create Powerful Change in Your Life and Our World

My Life coaching clients have so much figured out before they call me. They are typically kind, successful people – but they still yearn for something more out of life. Unlike self-study through self-help books or the Internet, I work collaboratively...
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Small Acts of Kindness Make All the Difference

“The longer I live, the more I notice how valuable it is to do one simple thing: be kind.” – James Clear In my work with life coaching clients through the years, I’ve learned that kindness counts. Kindness matters. Small, random...
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DC Life Coach Challenge Winner: Congratulations Pam!

Next week fall starts in DC. With it, for my life coaching clients often comes a sense of new beginnings and unmatched possibility. Children go back to school, big kids go off to college and the federal fiscal year comes to a close. As a DC life coach,...
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How to Take a REAL Vacation: Replenish Yourself Challenge

This month, I am on holiday! Over the years, I have learned to take time off so I can serve my clients better. During this time away, I will reset, refresh and tap even more deeply into my own personal creativity. Let’s have a “replenish yourself”...
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Life Coaching for Authenticity

As a life coach, I often find the greatest lessons are right in front of me. It has been my privilege to watch with love and fascination over the past eighteen years as my twin granddaughters, pictured here, have grown and developed into strong, independent...
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How to Make Your Own Luck

I am a great believer in luck. The harder I work, the more of it I seem to have.” – Coleman Cox, 1922 When it comes to achieving success in business, relationships, our personal health or family life, luck has this amazing ability to show up after all...
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New Year’s Reset: What Really Matters in Life

This photo is of six of our seven grandchildren on a first ever family ski trip over the holiday break. Each one took to the snow as a grand adventure! They appreciated the beauty of the mountains, they loved the challenge of learning a new sport, they...
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Friends, The Family You Choose: the DC Life Coach’s Tips for Building Great Friendships)

Last month, a group of my gal pals and I took a trip to cheer on one of our swim team friends who participated in an Ironman competition. In these troubled times of civil unrest and world problems, I find my friendships sustain me. I am so grateful for...
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