Follow Your Heart Commencement address by Steve Jobs Years ago, I read a transcript of a Commencement address given by Steve Jobs, founder of Apple computers, to Stanford University. He’s
Relationship Skills I Wish I’d Had We typically learn a lot about ourselves, and others, when we divorce. Things that went right, things that went wrong. Things we would
Mastering Our Thoughts Mastering our thoughts is not a new idea. I often come across books, sometimes books from long ago, with profound wisdom. When I find them, I
I once had a column in my newsletter called, "One Thing I Learned From Divorce" that graduates of my classes would contribute to.
When it comes to getting through divorce or other significant life transition the ability to choose is your greatest asset.
Culturally we are losing sight of the power of promise and commitment. Instead of stepping up and into it we are watering it down to our own wishy washy self-serving level.
This post is reprinted in gratitude and thanks to John Lange, a recent graduate of our Divorce Recovery seminar.
I talk with a lot of people in all stages of divorce. I am often asked, "How can you continually work with those sad, angry people?" I don't see them that way.
I regularly ask myself, "Who am I? What is my life about - today?" My desire is to always live from my core values. That is the bulls eye around which all other goals fall. My gifts and talents live there.
We humans have a whole team of parts, voices, possible ways of being available to us.