How to Spot Fake News

I recently attended an event at my local library entitled, “Escape Fake News.” I know from my conversations with clients, colleagues and friends that most everyone […]
Reduce Financial Stress

Reduce Financial Stress By Practicing Intentional Shopping

Data shows that Americans are drowning in financial troubles. Credit card debt, registering in excess of $1T, is a record high per the Federal Reserve. Along […]

Two Ways to Make Thanksgiving More Fun

This week’s tip will arrive in your inbox days prior to Thanksgiving, which makes it a particularly good time to talk about the next two Executive […]

Foundational Advice via The Opioid Crisis

My recent tips have focused on the executive functions of our minds. This week, let’s make a slight detour to discuss the opioid crisis and then reconnect. […]

Executive Functions: Planning & Organization

We continue our review of the Executive Functions of our mind. Social scientists have named 8 executive functions and describe them as, “skills for life and learning.” […]

Flexible Thinking Part 2: Executive Functions

Via my recent weekly tips, we’ve been looking at the benefits of becoming a more Flexible Thinker. Why? Because being able to “think flexibly” is considered an […]

Finish 2018 + Start 2019 Strong

If you saw my note last week you know that I’ve launched my new website. Thanks to all who sent feedback. If you haven’t taken a look […]

Minimize the Drama of Decision-Making

For most of us there comes a time when we struggle to make a decision. Sometimes these are small decisions and sometimes they are big (and […]
One-On-One Coaching

Reflections: Velcro and Teflon

Here is a short and quick – but I hope impactful – tip for this week. Quick story: I was speaking with a colleague earlier this […]

Back to School

Children all over the nation are returning to school. If you are like me, you long to know they will: be safe be genuinely cherished by […]
Directed Thinking - One on One Coaching

Flexible Thinking

My last tip was inspired by my youngest family member beginning kindergarten. My question, “where do you need to suit up and show up?” resonated with many of […]
Smartphones and Addiction

Smartphones and Addiction Pt. 2

I’ve appreciated my reader’s responses to our recent topic on Smartphones and Addiction which seemed to have struck a chord with many. Our consistent attachment to […]