Archive for Coaching – Page 2

In previous articles on this topic, we covered what the 4 kinds of clutter are, and shared some ways to create solutions for them.  You can read the previous parts of this article here:  Part One Part Two Part Three.  Now let’s turn to one of the kinds of clutter that’s the most insidious — […]

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In the past two articles on clutter (if you haven’t been following, you can read Part One here and Part Two here) I covered the 4 different kinds of clutter, and some of the ways to solve the problem of clutter. This is really a larger topic than I anticipated, especially judging from all the […]

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In my opening article about clutter (which you can read here, if you missed it) I shared the 4 different kinds of clutter and some thoughts about how clutter happens.  Today, I’d like to share some further thoughts about clutter and what you can do about it. First of all, we had some delightful comments […]

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There’s clutter, and then there’s. . . CLUTTER!  But you know something?  All clutter is not the same.  There are at least 4 types of clutter: Physical  ~ when you think of clutter, this kind of what usually comes to mind. Mental  ~  maybe you know about mental clutter; when your mind is on overload […]

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What did YOU want to be when you grew up?  All kids have dreams about what they want to do and be.  Mine were, let’s say, a little unusual.  Some of them actually came true.  By now, in fact, most of them have — including some of the things I said (as a child) that […]

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As 2012 unfolds, and as Leap Year approaches, I’ve been observing something that makes me more than a little uneasy — in fact, maybe a little queasy — and I’m wondering if anyone else has been experiencing it the same way that I have.  Here’s what I’m seeing.  Get ready, because it’s a mind-blower, I’m […]

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This may be the year that the demographic identified by sociologists Paul Ray and Sherry Ruth Anderson as Cultural Creatives make their mark globally.  If you haven’t read the book, go ahead and get it now.  This demographic is global — and at the time of the book’s writing, it was estimated that 20 million […]

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Completions.  What didn’t get done last year. On the theme of Beginnings. . . which is on a lot of minds these days, as we launch (or lurch, as the case may be. . . ) into 2012, I am thinking about completions, and why having things not finished keeps you from starting new ones […]

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New beginnings.  Is there any other kind?  Let me think. . . old beginnings? Well, there are certainly things I’ve started and then needed to start over.  Those might be in a category called “Begin Again” or “Startovers”.  Not “do-overs” because for some of them, nothing much actually got done!  Just started over because I […]

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My Three Words for 2012

For this, I need to thank Chris Brogan — one of my real life heroes — who started the meme a few years back.  I loved it then, because it made so much sense.  I still love it, because it’s really helped me focus all year long on the energy I want to bring into […]

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