Tag Archives: Mindset

More Gratitude

Perhaps the best teacher with regard to relationships isn’t failure (which is a superior teacher, “the Father of Success” as we say around here) but rather gratitude. As we collectively begin to slowly re-emerge into society after months of sheltering in place, I wonder what each of us has learned. For me,…
CONTINUE READING

Wouldn’t It Be Great…

This week, I’d like to share a practice that I use in coaching to help people align and better understand one another. This exercise can be done with a souse, roommate, close friend, family members, and staff / team members at work. The goal is to uncover how people are thinking about…
CONTINUE READING

The End of Days

Die to yourself. This is one of the foundational goals of the warrior. A warrior’s purpose is to serve something outside of him or herself – something greater than one’s self. There was a time (not so long ago) when this concept felt foreign to me – even mildly insane. The selfish,…
CONTINUE READING

Collision Course

In this life, as many of us mutter through the difficulty born from the chronic effects of tragedy, deeply held regret, betrayal, and profound disappointment in the circumstances, people, and systems all around us, we can also find hope in the knowledge that we are all – if we are ready for it…
CONTINUE READING