Do The Work

Do The Work

If you’ve been reading my blogs for a while, you know I’m all about changing your energy to take yourself to a place that feeds intentional growth. To grow you need to do the work. Here are some of the challenges I’ve imposed on myself: Quit smoking...
I’ll Hire A Coach For Accountability – Really?

I’ll Hire A Coach For Accountability – Really?

For those of you looking to hire a coach, I’ve got to tell you coaching is so much more than holding you accountable. In fact, accountability is only one piece of the coaching pie. If you want accountability, go out and tell your mailbox what you’ll do...
To Experience Change, Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

To Experience Change, Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

One thing about me. I’ll try anything once. It’s a thrill to step outside of my comfort zone and test myself physically, mentally, and even spiritually. Around 20 years ago I ran the 10 mile Mountain Goat road race in Syracuse, NY. Towards the end of the...
Setbacks Can Be Transitions in Disguise

Setbacks Can Be Transitions in Disguise

There’s times when you feel hopeless. In the desert without a compass and everywhere you turn the landscape looks the same. You want a high def direction though your GPS doesn’t compute. You’ve landed on Setback Street. What’s your next move? A...
Scrub, Buff, Toss, and Renew

Scrub, Buff, Toss, and Renew

Is it Spring yet!? The astronomical Equinox officially arrived on Thursday, March 20 at 12:57pm. Unfortunately, the warmer weather is taking the scenic route before pulling into Central NY. Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth. A new beginning. My vernal list: Buff...
Advice On Writing Email

Advice On Writing Email

When you can, don’t. In this post I’ll sound off on my personal email woes; give an example of a company that’s changing the way the email game is played; then close with a few email tips. I’m not a fan of email. Never have been, never will be. Emails...