Dealing with Emotional Hijacking During Crisis

As originally posted in Times of Israel on July 20, 2020 “Denial of our emotions isn’t the only danger we face when we rely too heavily on our left brain. We can also become too literal, leaving us without a sense of perspective, where we miss the meaning that comes from putting things in context…

Leadership Series Secret Two – Collaborate

Leadership Series: Uncover Your Secret Code to Success | Secret Two – Collaborate

This post is part two of my Leadership Series on the secrets of successful leadership. In my first post, + Secret One: Open yourself up to those around you, I discussed the importance of letting go of your fears and making yourself vulnerable, allowing you to gain self-awareness, self-knowledge, and self-actualization. Now that you are…

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How to Get Unstuck with Neuro Emotional Coaching®: The Process of Rewiring

“In a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is more productive than energy devoted to patching leaks.” – Warren Buffett So, you are feeling stuck? What’s the big deal? Well, it all depends on what it has been costing you. I am talking about things like health, wealth, happiness, contentment, inner peace, confidence,…

Getting to Know You – Part 1

Throughout our lives one thing should never change: our quest to understand ourselves and others more clearly. When we learn about ourselves, the benefits are nearly endless: a sense of self, knowledge of our beliefs, understanding of our motivations, learning how and why others react to us in different ways, and – from the point…

All You Need Is Love (For Yourself)

Can you remember the feeling of new love? There’s absolutely nothing like the wonder and feelings of fresh new love: the world is bright, energy is buzzing and boundless, productivity abounds, your heart is bursting, all is right with the world. You look to the future with open eyes and expectations. Your emotions are edgy…

The Truth Can Be Hurtful

A coaching client of mine recently had an experience that brought back to me a frequently-forgotten but basic truth. This client (let’s call her Ellen) has been coaching with me for about a year. But last week when she came in, she was emotionally distraught and clearly distracted. She explained that something had happened between…

How to Receive Feedback – Part Two

A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her. -David Brinkley This post is about receiving negative feedback or making receiving criticism a positive experience. For ease of discussion, let’s say there are two types of feedback: positive feedback when you are told…

I Want My Employees to Trust Me: A Few Simple Steps to Move to Regain Trust

Recently, a new executive coaching client came to me and pointed to a very specific dilemma he was experiencing. He felt, quite strongly, that his employees simply did not trust him. He wanted my help. This was a challenging undertaking and was a multistep process. Together, we tackled the problem and, together, we succeeded in…