Procrastination

I had Dr. Tim Pychyl who is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, the Director of the Centre for Initiatives in Education on my radio show last week. He has a cross-appointment to the School of Linguistics and Language Studies. His most recent book is “Solving the Procrastination Puzzle: A Concise Guide to Strategies for [...]

By | February 5th, 2016|Lead, Live|Comments Off on Procrastination

Helping Others To Believe In Themselves

Has someone you cared about ever passed away and only then, did you fully realize how much they had helped you to become a better person? Or inspired you to believe in yourself? Of all of the gifts that we could leave the people in our lives, truly the gift of “believing in oneself” has [...]

By | February 1st, 2016|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on Helping Others To Believe In Themselves

Mourning With Those That Mourn

Lead With Your Heart…Not Your Head In the end, let your heart be your guide. Follow the promptings from the heart. Sometimes what makes sense doesn’t always feel right so use your heart to feel your way through these tough times. Share your heartfelt stories. Write down your thoughts and share them when it's appropriate. [...]

By | January 26th, 2016|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on Mourning With Those That Mourn

Eight Rules To Healthier Online Living

Technology is a tool to improve our lives not to just escape life. Here are 8 different rules to teach your kids about how to live online without harming your offline world.   Use Tech to Live Life Not Avoid It Learn when to turn off technology (like during meals, conversations and in the evenings, [...]

By | January 20th, 2016|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on Eight Rules To Healthier Online Living

A Feeding Inventory For Struggling Relationships

Relationships are difficult with so many changing dynamics, differing personalities and problematic histories. Without Respect, Appreciation, Encouragement and Dedication, all relationships will suffer. Despite all of the confusion, there are four questions that can tell you how you’re doing at feeding your relationship’s most basic needs. By asking yourself these four questions you can begin [...]

By | January 11th, 2016|Lead, Love|Comments Off on A Feeding Inventory For Struggling Relationships

New Way to Approach the New Year

“It’s not the bars that hold the tiger in, it’s the space between the bars that hold the tiger in.”  Life is made up of two things, the tangibles (material or physical things) and the intangibles (immaterial or non-physical) things. Traditionally people place more value on attaining the tangibles (strong body, money, home, kids) than [...]

By | January 4th, 2016|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on New Way to Approach the New Year

Teaching Your Children About Tolerant Talk

We live in a day and age of ever increasing polarization. In the last year alone in the country issues like increased political polarity, racial tensions, same sex marriage laws and religious freedom issues have all been on the upswing. News headlines fuel debates about racially driven police violence, extreme positions on immigration, and divisive [...]

By | December 14th, 2015|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on Teaching Your Children About Tolerant Talk

Finding Your Rhythm of Life

Find our how to become a coach and change lives by clicking here!   Do you ever feel like you’re just a few steps behind everyone else in the office? Or have you ever felt like you were dragging everyone around you to get something done? Does the fact that friends have already completed their [...]

By | December 7th, 2015|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on Finding Your Rhythm of Life

The Deepening Connection Challenge

Most people I work with wish their relationships were deeper and more connected. We long for the day when we used to be able to look into our spouse’s eyes and were blown away by all of the little things we were learning about them. Now however, we only share idle chit-chat about the kids [...]

By | November 23rd, 2015|Lead, Live, Love|Comments Off on The Deepening Connection Challenge

Self Deceptions of Recycling Theory

Click here to listen How much do you recycle? Have you ever caught yourself printing off endless amounts of pages thinking you can simply recycle it later? This is only one example of how we can be deceived by the concept of recycling. Listen in on this segment of “The Matt Townsend Show” with Dr. [...]

By | October 21st, 2015|Lead|Comments Off on Self Deceptions of Recycling Theory