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Blog #238 The word ‘furlough’ has traditionally been used for government employees or military folks. The word is defined as “a temporary leave of absence with expectations of returning to a position.” As I do the many emergency sessions with my teams, I regularly bring up the topic of layoffs – we would be careless…
Blog #237 My wife, Reka, is an individual and couples counselor, as well as a life coach. She is originally from London and has a unique counseling background. As a professionally trained and certified English accountant, Reka worked for many years with a venture capital firm in the UK. Here in the US, Reka has…
Blog #236 We are living in some weird times. The news media tends to focus on negatives…and there is definitely no shortage of negatives right now. However, I believe this is also an amazing opportunity to help and serve others. I will illustrate with one of my favorite quotes below. “Let us therefore brace ourselves…
Blog #235 “It is not our stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.” – Dr. Hans Selye We are in some scary times. As humans, we tend to revert to a herd mentality – we are easily influenced by the behaviors of others, often without any regard for our own feelings and behaviors. For…
Blog #234 I once heard the definition of a ‘seagull manager’ as, “Someone who occasionally swoops in on your meeting, hovers, craps all over everything then flies away”. I realize this is a bit crude, but I believe it to be fairly accurate for some folks. When I use this example in session, people often…
Blog #233 In the previous blog, I explored some of the characteristics of naysayers and how it is common for the insecurities of others to possibly have a negative impact on our own growth. Last week, I used personal examples from my experiences shortly after becoming sober. These examples highlight how sometimes those around us…