Stuck? Practice Flexible and Accurate Thinking

Published on April 25, 2016 at 1:26 pm

Check your thinking against three common thinking errors. 1. Tunnel Vision. Do you tend to have tunnel vision? Check yourself. Are you focusing too much on the details and not enough on the big picture? Do you see the bigger picture? Have you missed anything? Ask others “What am I missing?” 2. Personalizing. Some of us (myself included) tend to ... View Article »

Building Confidence

Published on June 22, 2015 at 2:08 pm

Just a few words about building confidence: Confidence ebbs and flows according to the emotional weather we experience. It’s a good daily practice to center yourself first thing in the morning. Invest 3 -5 minutes to focus on your breath and set some intentions for the day. Centering yourself as a daily practice establishes strong emotional roots that will serve ... View Article »

Marry your decisions

Published on June 15, 2012 at 1:31 pm

Marry decisions, don’t date them. First, do your homework, conduct a thorough cost analysis or simply list the pro and cons. Then discuss your decision with someone trustworthy and objective. Then commit.  A good marriage requires commitment. When we “marry” our decisions, we commit to the process. We move forward with our vision for the future.  Happily married people do ... View Article »