Thankfulness. Or Thank-fullness. There is no better way to increase your quality of life and enhance your relationship with self and others. We invite you to accept our challenge.
Ever have one of those days when you just feel blah, crappy, down, blue, why-do-I-bother, maybe even feeling a bit sorry for yourself? I do. I don’t like it when it happens, so I’ve got several sure-fire ways to turn it around for me. For you, here is one guaranteed way to help you begin… Read more »
You and I know that trust is important in all relationships; with ourselves, our partners, kids, and in our workplace. But what is it? As a verb (Cambridge Dictionary), trust is to believe that someone is good and honest and will not harm you, or that something is safe and reliable. As a noun, trust… Read more »
I’ve been volunteering with the Summer Reading Program at our local library where I learned some valuable lessons from a six-year-old. We were writing some stories that needed to include specific words. A young man asked, “How do you spell there?” One of the library staff inquired about what type of ‘there’ he meant. He… Read more »
Life!! The more I learn about it, the more I realize how little I know. Especially when it comes to relationships – the foundation of any family or business. Today, what have you learned about the people you love? Asking good questions, listening, and learning deepens the trust. We invite you to send us a… Read more »
Just because I hear, it doesn’t mean I understand. Have you had that experience? Insight: After countless experiences of having to ask, ”I beg your pardon?” or “Could you please repeat that?” or simply, “Huh?”, I finally got hearing aids. Other than marriage to Carol, this is one of the best decisions I’ve made. Or… Read more »
Intentionally seeking to understand another builds trust in the relationship. What are you doing about this? We’d love to hear from you. And come visit us and enjoy the location too.
How do you define success in your relationship? How does your partner define it? Have you had that conversation? To create greater success in your relationship, and to give yourselves time and space to talk about it, we invite you to consider attending the Rocky Mountain Couples Retreate on March 6 – 8, 2020, at… Read more »
People ask us, “Why do you take the time to have a personal retreat?” We find that what works in business, works in our personal relationship. There is huge value in having focused time, with an agenda, to have honest, open dialogue and to ensure we create our lives by our design. Check it out…. Read more »
How does caring affect communication? I invite you to notice similarities in the next 4 paragraphs? When coaching with couples, typically a huge amount of time is invested supporting them to create strategies to communicate effectively, so both people feel heard, understood, and cared for. When coaching executives and entrepreneurs, typically a huge amount of… Read more »