Monthly Archives: January 2011

Leave…and Don’t Come Back Until You Get a Name

In many cases the quest into our interior world for meaning, purpose, and clarity is a choice we make. However, history tells us this has not always been the case. Native American young men had their own vision quest. Boys were … Continue reading

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The Quest for Your Holy Grail

At the risk of offending my high school history teachers, I don’t remember anything about studying the Holy Grail. My first recollection was the humorous rendering of Monty Python and the Holy Grail; crusaders singing of spam and bridge keepers … Continue reading

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“Look Within” – Lesson from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The words I spoke to God that midnight are still vivid in my memory: I am here taking a stand for what I believe is right. But now I am afraid. The people are looking to me for leadership, and … Continue reading

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Everyday Mindset

The two questions that bring clarity to most anything we are involved in are: What’s the successful outcome? What’s the next action to make it happen? This is the way David Allen began a section of the email/newsletter (“Productive Living” … Continue reading

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What is Clarity Worth?

Today I sat with a potential client. Two partners who had a great year; business growth and profitability. Their desire in 2011 is to, in their words, “take it to the next level.” Knowing I was a coach they wondered … Continue reading

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