Posts Tagged as journal

Let Yourself Off the Hook

I once had a boss who drove me bat-shit crazy. She was clueless about what went into the work we did, and looked foolish when she'd try to instruct us on how to do our jobs. She was the walking example of the often-used business approach of continuously promoting those ...

5 Tools to Live Out Loud

In my years coaching people from all walks of life, I've found there are some common tools and actions that most, if not all, have benefitted from. So, without further ado, I present to you Five Essential Tools to help you Live out Loud. 1. Journal. Having a beautiful journal you can ...

Ask the Coach — Week 20

  This is the column where, each week, I’ll be answering one website visitor’s question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. Dear Kerri, I've taken things way too personally all my adult life: in relationships, employment and every day life situations. I ...

Ask the Coach — Week 18

  This is the column where, each week, I’ll be answering one website visitor’s question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. Dear Kerri, Within the next year, I'll be hitting a milestone birthday and find myself in a tizzy about how to celebrate. I ...

Ask the Coach — Week 12

  This is the column where, each week, I'll be answering one website visitor's question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. Dear Kerri, Why, no matter how hard I try, can't I overcome procrastination? It applies to exercise, diet, hobbies, etc. Drives me nuts. Signed, ...

Ask the Coach — Week 5

 This is the column where, each week, I'll be answering one website visitor's question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. Dear Kerri, I have been working for what feels like forever on my personal growth and emotional healing. I’ve read ...

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