Marathons, Mindsets & World Records

In 2014 at the Berlin Marathon Dennis Kimetto set the world record of 2:02:57, averaging 4:42 per mile for 26.2 miles. For years, within running circles, the idea of breaking a 2-hour marathon seemed nearly impossible. Last year, though, Nike completed a multi-year project where it attempted to break that 2-hour barrier. It chose a … Continue reading Marathons, Mindsets & World Records

Just Start!

Analysis Paralysis A couple weeks ago I met with a coaching client who wants to change her life. She had a general idea of what she wanted--a more rewarding career in the medical field (nurse, pharmacy, etc.)--but struggled to move forward toward that goal. Analysis paralysis had set in. She didn't know what her first … Continue reading Just Start!

Leadership Essentials: Communication

We communicate all day, every day. Communication is likely THE essential skill of humankind. Understanding In order to communicate fully, the words spoken must align with the non-verbal cues we are using. We've all had conversations where we this alignment didn't exist and you likely left confused, not knowing with certainty the outcome. Alan Greenspan, an … Continue reading Leadership Essentials: Communication

Why?

Why do you do what you do? Can you explain to your family, friend, colleagues what drives you? When I first watched Simon Sinek's TED talk, How Great Leaders Inspire Action it resonated with me and I've watched it many times since. If you are able to accurately articulate your Why then you will find that others … Continue reading Why?