Monthly Archives: December 2011

Focusing On What I Can Control – My CATTS

I’ve decided this coming year I will be more in control of my CATTS – yes, my CATTS. Sometimes I get so caught up in what I can’t control that I lose track of what I have the power to control. I’m making a resolution to myself that during the coming year I will stay […]

7 Tips For Holiday Stress Reduction

Is it possible to have a stress free or at least a less stressful holiday? Here are seven tips for enjoying this year’s holiday with as little stress as possible. Isn’t it time you take control of your stress producers? Stress as defined by the American Heritage dictionary reads: “A mentally or emotionally disruptive or […]

The Power of Asking and Listening

I’m a BIG believer in questions – I ask a lot of questions in my coaching sessions and even in regular day-to-day conversations. I don’t mean the type of questions that are embarrassing or personal, I’m talking about the neutral and informative kind. I also believe in the power of listening attentively and sincerely. One […]

The Basics of Self Esteem

Self-esteem is the over-all value you place on yourself as a whole, complete, competent, lovable, intelligent and deserving human being. Self-esteem is the person you really see when you look in the mirror! Here’s a fast fact about self-esteem: There’s a strong and powerful link between healthy self-esteem and enjoying a successful life. Healthy self-esteem […]