You’ve probably heard the term, “compassion fatigue”. You may have even felt this way before, especially if you’ve ever worked for/in a non-profit or ministry. It’s the feeling you get when you’ve been putting your all into the cause(s)/people you
In my practice, I recently helped two different coaching clients (both women) identify with the fact that their preference for perfectionism has been causing them much undue stress.
I decided to launch my new website with a blog post celebrating 10 years in business. In truth, it can be rather tiring keeping all this up-to-date – especially when you’re bored with your “why”. So I’m very excited about
When ESM chose it (Perseverance: grace under pressure) as one of our core values back in 2008 over so many other words that meant the same/similar thing, it was because this one word packs so much punch. Perseverance requires a
Check out this easy to read infographic of our coaching process and don’t hesitate to let me know if I can answer any questions for you!
What creates positive change in the world? Well, people do. But I mean, what inspires a person to want to impact change? Is it a life changing experience a person has that makes them want to make a difference or
In one of his more recent blog posts, Seth Godin wrote, “One option is to struggle to be heard whenever you’re in the room… Another is to be the sort of person who is missed when you’re not. The first
Dr. Stephen Covey said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” As I go into 2012, my decided word for the year is “intentional”, so I can’t think of a better quote to keep