Despite dedicating my profession to encouraging others, I don’t exactly wake up, jump out of bed and feel happy naturally.
My default mode is a slight lean towards negativity.
I’ve battled negative thoughts: I’m not good at organizing information, I’m not a good writer.
Just like you, I fear what other people think of me, failing, and putting my work into the world and having it fall flat… read more →
David Wood is a personal and business coach. David left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to explore both the outer world and his own inner world. At the individual level, he helps high performing entrepreneurs, executives, and leaders to Play for Real – in their own growth, in their relationships, and at work. By integrating three main principles of Real Truth, Real Daring, and Real Caring. At the corporate level, he helps companies to improve performance and retention. He has consulted Fortune 100 companies – such as Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon. He was recently voted into the Transformational Leadership Council, along with such thought leaders as Stephen M.R. Covey, Jack Canfield, John Gray, and Marianne Williamson. read more →
In the age of social media, we’re constantly seeing what everyone else is doing: traveling the world, speaking on stages, promoting their latest book…
But the reality is, we’re only seeing a very small snippet of people’s lives.
The secret to success is what you do in the unseen hours — the reps behind the scenes.
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Christine Egan is a health and wellness expert. Catherine Egan is a breast cancer survivor. Despite her background in health and wellness, breast cancer woke her up to figuring out what being healthy actually means for her. Now she brings this idea to other women. In this episode, she talks about when working in the marketing division at McDonald’s was her dream job, how cancer changed her mindset and running a marathon a year after her cancer diagnosis. read more →
I normally don’t share testimonials, but I thought this story might inspire you.
I know what it’s like to feel stuck in your career and wondering, is it possible to make a change?
I talk to so many people that feel stuck in their career, but have limiting beliefs that block them, such as, “In order to make a career change, I will have to start over or take less money.” read more →
Amy E. Smith spent years finding her voice — Buried under other people’s thoughts and opinions and notions about who she should and shouldn’t be. She was motivated by two primary things: Guilt and Fear. Can you relate? read more →
I struggled with romantic relationships most of my life. In high school, I had an over-protective brother who scared boys away, and the guys I liked in college never seemed to like me back—or vice versa. read more →
You may be a bit taken aback by this title. You may even be wondering, Why is an experienced life coach telling me that I can do this whole thing on my own? First off, to clarify, that is not what I’m saying. At all. As someone who has been life coaching NYC clients for years, I can confidently say that life coaches can be extremely valuable for a number of reasons. However, I also honestly believe that we as people have more power than we think. read more →
December is the month of the balance sheets and January the month of the new goals. Start the year with motivation to achieve the objectives is easy, the difficult thing is to maintain that spirit the rest of the months. Get more exercise, drink more water, buy a car, remodel, reduce stress or go on a trip and what not? The life coaching experience allows you to reflect deeply on your professional future, leadership and maximizing your potential. You learn the basic skills of the coaching conversation. read more →
—–> CLICK HERE to join the Holiday Challenge How did you get featured in The New York Times at the beginning of your coaching career? It happened after her coach training program. She was very excited after finishing the program as she felt she found her life-purpose through that program. She was the youngest woman.. read more →