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Assertive Communication: 20 Helpful Tips


Most of us know that assertiveness will get you further in life than being passive or aggressive. But few of us were actually taught how to be assertive.

Dealing Effectively with Midlife Issues


In this article we would like to help you explore the challenges and opportunities that come at midlife. You will have an opportunity to take a look at issues that are specific to the Baby Boomer generation.

Managing Your Perfectionism


What Is Perfectionism?This is the first of two newsletters that address perfectionism. In this issue, we will explore what perfectionism is and why it is destructive.

How to Forgive Another for Past Hurts


No one gets through life without being hurt by another person. We all have experienced the pain of a thoughtless remark, gossip, or lie.

How to Effectively Balance Your Work and Family Life


What Is Your Definition of Success?If you want to create balance in your life, it is important to know how you define success. The following list is a place to start.

Keeping Your Anger Under Control


In my work with individuals and couples, I see many people who have a difficult time expressing and managing angry feelings. Let's take a look at what causes people to become angry and how they can respond to stressful situations more productively.

Negotiating Difficult Life Transitions


Life is a process of beginnings and endings. In both life and nature, there are times when things move slowly and don't seem to change very much.

Build Your People Skills


How would you like to get along even better with others in your personal relationships and in the workplace? Getting along well with people sounds kind of general and is difficult to do much about, so let's break it down into some manageable and specific skills. By building the following skills, you will get along well with others:1.

Do You Trust Your Mentor(s)?


It is better to suffer wrong than to do it, and happier to be sometimes cheated than not to trust." - Samuel JohnsonI was on a tele-seminar recently with International Health Coach Jeremy Likness and he asked a very interesting question about Trust.

Make Progress Now: Take the Hand Brakes Off Your Life!


Do you find yourself striving upward in life yet making little or no progress?Are you high on activity but low on achievement?Very clearly, it's time to stop, look and listen.You're obviously not doing something right.

Priorities: Are You Living Yours?


In the Charles Dickens classic, "The Christmas Story", Scrooge is given the opportunity to examine his life and his priorities before it is too late. Upon being shown his grave by the ghost of Christmas Future, he asks "Spirit, are these instances of things that will be or are they of things that might be? Is it too late for me?" How long has it been since you have examined your life and its direction? When the day comes that you leave this earth, how will you be remembered?Have you ever noticed that once people have something life-changing take place in their lives, an illness, death or tragedy, how quickly their priorities change? It is amazing how instantaneously things that were so important yesterday, fail to cross their radar screens today.

4 Amazing Tips To Successfully Persuade Anyone


Having excellent persuasion skills is one of the most important abilities to possess in today's fast-paced world. We need thesupport and cooperation of other people to help us in reachingour goals.

We Are the Five People We Associate with Most


Last month I was invited to participate in a charity golf tournament in Las Vegas to celebrate the life of the late dancing legend Gregory Hines. The event was held to raise funds and awareness of the tragic disease that took this entertainer's life.

Q-Tip It!


Back in the 1920's when Polish-American entrepreneur Leo Gerstenzang invented cotton swabs as a safer way to clean his baby's ears, he called his product "Q-Tip." Actually, his first name-choice was "Baby Gay" - but that didn't sell, so the by-now familiar name emerged.

What Do You Really Want ?


Being a coach is such a rewarding profession. The enormous impact you have on other people's lives always astounds me.

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