Tag Archives: authentic conversations

Let’s transform intention into a plan!

Posted on 25. Feb, 2011 by .


I couldn’t have said it any better! Just the other day, I invited a past coaching client to a workshop about ecology and cultural diversity and some of our correspondence contained these words: “explore, waiting to hear back, commitment, mark on my calendar, let me know…”  Then our next exchange was very different, we both […]

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Belonging – our place

Posted on 18. Nov, 2010 by .


I’m a non-fiction reader and suppose that comes to no surprise given the focus of my interest and work. Recently, my husband pulled a familiar line to our son, “Why don’t you read something?” – gosh I heard that before, when I was young (his age) I wasn’t really an avid reader. My world existed […]

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What “happens” between us

Posted on 08. Jul, 2010 by .


It’s been an awesome two weeks and particularly the past two days, why so? Well because I experienced first hand what happens between two people when energy is exchanged, shared, and quite simply when an idea, concept, or vision is transformed. Everyday we have opportunities to co-create and yet we’re so unaware of the potential […]

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The point of vulnerability

Posted on 30. Apr, 2010 by .


Just when I thought it was okay, it wasn’t, just as I started to share, it got scary,  just as I let my guard down, it felt uncomfortable…how many of us feel a little less okay when we start to open our hearts and share what really matters? For those of us who like control […]

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