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Healing Your Life By Strengthening Your Spirit

Influenced by Dr. Lisa Miller, Columbia University and book The Spiritual Child. To learn more about Dr. Miller, click here. Most of us have become accustomed to categorizing our lives into different sections like physical, social, emotional and spiritual. In my coaching work, with people struggling in life and relationships, I’ve found that their tends to be [...]

By | April 26th, 2016|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on Healing Your Life By Strengthening Your Spirit

Life Change? Time To Get the Wheels Turning

There comes a time when everyone may need a little change in their life. Some might be thinking of getting back in the work force after an extended absence. For others it might be a burning desire to start a new project or to get involved in a community committee. Like learning to ride a [...]

By | April 18th, 2016|Lead|Comments Off on Life Change? Time To Get the Wheels Turning

Coaching Other People’s Problems

Know Their Answers & Hooks Are In Them, Not You! I am convinced that most people already know what they need to do in difficult situations; they just aren’t strong enough yet to do it. They know the answers and they know what they’re stuck or hooked on as well. That really is why they [...]

By | April 11th, 2016|Lead, Live|Comments Off on Coaching Other People’s Problems

Learning to Forgive

Why is forgiveness so hard? How do we truly forgive someone who has done something wrong to us and caused us serious pain? On this segment of the Matt Townsend show, Dr. Frederic Luskin, Director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects (Click here to learn more)and author of the best seller Forgive for Good: A [...]

By | March 29th, 2016|Love|Comments Off on Learning to Forgive

Integrity in the Classroom on Sirius/XM Radio

Click Here to Listen! Have you ever been concerned about your child keeping good morals while being engulfed in a world of competition and lack of honesty in the classroom? How can we teach our children the importance of integrity when many classrooms today have minimal punishments for cheating? Listen as Dr. Matt Townsend talks [...]

By | March 28th, 2016|Lead|Comments Off on Integrity in the Classroom on Sirius/XM Radio

Finding Your Confident Self

The word confidence is defined as “a feeling of self-assurance arising from one's appreciation of one's own abilities or qualities.” This quality of confidence allows us to trust our own abilities in such a way that we truly can elevate our lives and the lives of those around us. Confidence is the power that will [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Lead|Comments Off on Finding Your Confident Self

Lessons From the Presidential Candidates

Nightly as I turn on the news to hear the results of the latest Presidential Primary, my children immediately start to pick my brain about who will win and why did “so and so” say such a thing. Kids are curious about what is going in the political world. They hear about it at school, [...]

By | March 7th, 2016|Lead|Comments Off on Lessons From the Presidential Candidates

Millennials and Marriage

You've Got To Be In The Game! ⁃ Some might miss the opportunity to marry their peers by being out of the market (LDS Missions, Military Experience) ⁃ People who have had a bad relationship pull out of the market for years. ⁃ Too close to friends or family and it pulled them out of the [...]

By | February 29th, 2016|Lead, Live|Comments Off on Millennials and Marriage

Close the Closeness Gap

Closeness is one of the biggest cancers plaguing todays relationships. Technology overload, miscommunication and a variety of new choices today all expedite the problems of closeness. As marriage researcher, Kira Asatryan explains in her new book, “Stop Being Lonely” we have to combat the lack of closeness in the relationship if we are ever going [...]

By | February 22nd, 2016|Love|Comments Off on Close the Closeness Gap

“Love?” Time to Get “In!”

Humans tend to not excel and to improve something that they’re really not that “in” to!” The same is true whether it is our hobby of golf or our “love” in the marriage. When it comes to being “In Love”, it’s just as important to focus on the “In” as it is the “love.” I [...]

By | February 8th, 2016|Live, Love|Comments Off on “Love?” Time to Get “In!”