“Like a strong undercurrent, my fears had influenced me from below, confining me in an ever-shrinking comfort zone, the walls of which were decorated with embroidered sentences such as: ‘I am who I am’, ‘This is not my cup of tea’, ‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ , or ‘Better safe than sorry’.” From chapter 6 of my forthcoming book “Why Does This Always Happen to Me?” To receive 2 free sample chapters and be notified about the books’s release, go to…
Does it Make Sense? About the connection between "your thing" and the metaphor of the human iceberg.
I spent a full day with a client in Copenhagen yesterday. One of the things we talked about was the narrative, the story that runs our life. At any moment in time, I can question if what I think and what I am about to do perpetuates my old story or if it is in service of my new story. www.whydoesthisalwayshappentome.com
Christian, a successful entrepreneur in his late-fifties, had accumulated substantial wealth with his company producing supplies for the automotive industry. He had come to me for coaching because he
Failing Beautifully The New Year is already 8 months old and with slight embarrassment I am looking at my list of intentions for 2015. Perhaps, you can relate to this
Who's Idea Was It Anyway? About the Role of Source in Organizations Today’s topic looks at the importance of identifying the starting point of an idea or a project. Who was the original creator, the inventor, the
Letter to My Dead Mother - Or What I learned about Life from Death The Fall is, for many people, a time to look back, to contemplate and to say goodbye. I choose this post to share about a very personal goodbye. On October 21st 2015, my mother died of her bone-marrow