Category: Learning

The Evidence

Helping people understand themselves is a large part of what I do. There are various tools to assist with this process, but a solid go to assessment includes the DISC (Thank you creator of Wonder Woman) combined with Driving Forces. This combination helps people understand…

No Bad Runs

Running can be hard. Some runs feel amazing. Everything clicks, your body responds, and you just go. Other runs don’t feel so great. Your legs feel like cement, that weird [knee, foot, ankle, back, thigh, or toe] pain is back, and you struggle. Sometimes you feel…

The Decade of Training

(Image Courtesy of Etsy.com) Through a combination of coaching conversations, and reflections on my own life I have noticed a pattern. Many of us wish we were further along in our lives, careers, or relationships. We speak as if there is some place we…

After Injury

As a follow-up to my the post “I am good as possible” it seemed important to share what can happen when we take that risk, try something new, and stretch ourselves. (Image Courtesy of My X-Ray, My Youngest Daughter and a Ski Jump) Injury….

“I am good as possible”

I live in New Hampshire. With the exception of my time in the Navy and a few years of grad school, I have lived here my whole life. Every winter, it snows here…a lot. The world slows down, and we tend to hibernate and…

The “Know Yourself” Message

One of my first posts involved explaining the tagline for what this little adventure is all about. The “Know Yourself. Change the World.” post was almost a year and a half ago. I began to reflect on those simple words, and wondered if this…

Be More Helpful Than a Handout

One of the best parts of presenting and teaching is reading the evaluations.  If you listen to what is said, the insight and suggestions from the participants can help refine both the content and the style.  It is not always positive, but learning from…

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