Life Coaching

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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Life Coaching for the New Year: The Power of Cozy

In my Washington, DC Life Coaching, I find that many of my clients have created a life that’s stuck in stone, a calendar full of shoulds, people pleasing, self-doubt and fears that are obeyed instead of challenged. Busy people often feel they are...
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10 Mindfulness Tips from the DC Life Coach to Help Combat Holiday Stress

It’s mid-December, and the holiday season is in full swing! If you’re like me, you’re enjoying the fun, the family, the celebrations, the mad dash to finish things up before the end of the year. It’s exciting! But more often than...
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The Life Coach Says: My Top 25 Ways to Open Yourself to New Possibilities

I often look at interesting architecture, like the building pictured, and wonder how the architect came up with such new innovative ideas. How can we free ourselves up from what’s been done in the past and begin to see what’s possible? My...
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Tapping Into Your “Horse Sense”

“Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people.” -W.C. Fields I was mesmerized by the interactions of a horse, unresponsive to training so far, and a professional “horse whisperer.” As the two interacted...
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