Monthly Archives: September 2014

Learning to Ask

How good are you at asking questions? As an action learning coach, I work with people, helping them relearn how to ask questions in order to solve the big hairy problems that confront us. I’ve worked with intact teams to help … Continue reading

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Ever Dreamed of Having Your Own Business?

“I wish I could just work for myself”. Ever had that thought? I bet most of us have at some point. But dreaming it and making it happen are two different things. I’ve been working at this for several years … Continue reading

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Why I’ll continue to blog

There have been times during my blogging life that I’ve felt a little self-serving, talking about myself, my experiences, and the people I encounter. Yes, there have been days when I considered ending my blogging life. But a chance encounter … Continue reading

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What lies beneath

Each day that I am at home, I watch the tide come in and flow back out again. I especially love a low tide during a full moon because Puget Sound recedes so far, revealing a wonderful world hidden from … Continue reading

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How to Get Paid to Do What You Love

There’s a phrase I frequently share with people about my life. I tell them that since I’ve discovered my love of coaching and developing others, I haven’t worked a day in my life because it’s not just what I DO. … Continue reading

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Lessons I’ve Learned from my Cat

Ok, so this is an odd blog title, even for me. I’m not a crazy cat lady. But as I sit here in my home by the water on a beautiful, glistening Seattle day, with all sorts of happy life … Continue reading

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