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From caterpillar to butterfly…

Meeting with a few of my coaching colleagues this morning, we started talking about change and transformation. It seems that everywhere we look these days, we are offered transformation on a platter. It is the buzz word in the marketing industry and everyone hitches their bandwagon onto this newly used concept. "Transform your life" they shout from their marketing soapboxes, but do we? What is change, and what is transformation? First of all, we cannot have transformation without change, but we can have change without transformation. Change is an event, transformation is a process. Yes, I know...

Fall: time to get back into a routine.

I hope that your summer was rich in adventures, experiences and fun, rest, healthy foods and great friends and family to share it all with. Summer is such a wonderful time to relax and enjoy family life in a different way: no holidays to fret over, just sun, backyard barbecues, pick-up games of flag football or competing for the silliest pool jump! Bishop Desmond Tutu said it best about families: " You don't choose your family. They are God's gift to you, as you are to them." As much as we love the relaxed summer mode, our body and mind crave routine and fall is synonymous with back to school, early morning wake-up times and getting back into a rhythm. We function best according to the rhythms...

New Year…… New YOU!

Happy 2012! The start of a new year is always filled with great promise; it is the time we chose to start fresh, to wipe the slate clean and start a whole new drawing! Like the Etch-A-Sketch of our childhood, we have a clean canvas.We make promises to ourselves: "This year, I will keep my resolutions. I will ...

Little steps for big changes.

I have been going around all week talking about how small changes can add to fairly large shifts. Did you know that all it takes is to repeat a new behavior for 21 days and it becomes a habit? I think that most of us can make one little change. So challenge yourself today and pick one thing you'd like to change...