You have probably heard of the Dalai Lama. You may be wondering who Mrs. Mieliwocki is. She is the National Teacher of the Year, a seventh-grade English teacher from Burbank, Calif., near Los Angeles. I titled this article this way, […]
Have you heard the story of the 3 blind men who walk up to an elephant and by touching it report back what they experience? Of course, each of them has something different to report, because they’ve “seen” different facets […]
Do you have a “pain in the neck” in your life? Is that “pain in the neck” person one of your better friends? If so, it may be hard to justify firing them as your friend! Instead, let’s look at […]
I was reflecting on how grateful I am for each one my clients and for what I learn from each of them. There is a saying that we are both teacher and student in every relationship. I see how true that is in my life!
In particular, I was thinking about one of my clients and his path toward a stronger attitude of gratitude. When we started working together last summer, he had achieved a certain level of business success. Yet, he was looking for more. When we started working together, neither of us knew exactly what lay ahead on his path to greater success. It soon became clear that, yes, he desired greater financial success and, yet, he needed something more. He needed to shift inside of himself in order to make it happen.
This week, a new friend reminded me of an old recipe for a more enjoyable and profitable life. She sent me the book “29 Gifts – How a Month of Giving Can Change Your Life” by Cami Walker. The author […]