Tag Archives: Boundaries

Celebrating a New Decade: 5 Lessons Learned at 50

Celebrating a New Decade!

When I launched my coaching practice, I did so on my birthday. I also began an annual tradition of celebrating the lessons I’ve learned during the past year. It’s an opportunity to practice what I preach. Dig into awareness as I honor my last trip around the sun. Be a little vulnerable with folks by […]

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Authenticity: Pitfall or Necessity for Life?

Advice on Authenticity (Art by Walter M Baumhofer)

Is it time to consider authenticity an unworthy goal? When the headline of an Op/Ed in the New York Times proclaims that “Being Yourself” is the worst advice ever, folks take notice. Especially when the author is well-respected author and professor perceived to be a thought-leader in the world of psychology and business. When a beloved icon […]

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What I’ve Learned About Boundaries By Living
On a Golf Course

lessons about boundaries from living on a golf course

There are a lot of things I love about living on the golf course. It’s beautifully maintained and often peaceful. The neighbors take immaculate care of their flower gardens. I love sitting on the deck with my morning coffee as the birds have their breakfast and the early golfers get in a round. It’s a […]

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On a Golf Course