Life Coaching

How to Make Your Own Luck

I am a great believer in luck. The harder I work, the more of it I seem to have.” – Coleman Cox, 1922 When it comes to achieving success in business, relationships, our personal health or family life, luck has this amazing ability to show up after all...
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New Year’s Reset: What Really Matters in Life

This photo is of six of our seven grandchildren on a first ever family ski trip over the holiday break. Each one took to the snow as a grand adventure! They appreciated the beauty of the mountains, they loved the challenge of learning a new sport, they...
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Friends, The Family You Choose: the DC Life Coach’s Tips for Building Great Friendships)

Last month, a group of my gal pals and I took a trip to cheer on one of our swim team friends who participated in an Ironman competition. In these troubled times of civil unrest and world problems, I find my friendships sustain me. I am so grateful for...
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How to Deal With Interpersonal Conflict at Work

If you’ve led people or existed for any amount of time in any workplace, you get it: dealing with interpersonal conflict at work is an essential skill. Several of my life coaching clients have been on different sides of workplace conflict, with...
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10 Life Coaching Tips for Developing Resilience

Spring is a time of transitions, and relocating can be one of them. Many of my life coaching clients are on the move for job and life changes. A common worry is of fitting into a new community and marketplace while finding a fulfilling lifestyle for...
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How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Criticism

As a Washington, DC based Life Coach, I’ve found this to be true: none of us welcomes criticism. It’s human nature to enjoy being right and feel a sense of hurt when we’re wrong. HOWEVER … the right type of criticism can actually...
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