That's how I heard the classical story structure described in a writing class. This is not just true for stories, this is also true for life in its twists and turns of creation and recreation and change. It is also true of the creative process itself. Colum McCann recommends "arse in the chair" as the … Continue reading A beginning, a muddle and an end (resolution)
You might be wondering what sorts of topics show up in a coaching setting, what to bring, what to work on. And if coaching is the right thing. Here are some of the things that have recently come up (in specific sessions, or over a longer process): What do I want to do as a next … Continue reading Things where coaching may help (recent examples)
Below are useful tips and practices to make that change you are looking for. As with anything, any change you make will be better than sitting around doing nothing, so pick something and actually do it 🙂 (and if you want to do this live ping me) The courage to get started Celebrate milestones Increase your … Continue reading Make change stick – a resource collection
Today’s #value is #learning. It can be utterly seductive so you will stop everything else, or it can be something you are told to do or else. Still. You have been learning all your life and you are pretty good at it (forget if folks told you the opposite). What you learned made your life deeper, broader, wider … Continue reading Meet the values: Learning
This article clarifies the role of questions in change and helps set expectations for the coaching process.