Category Archives: Life Coaching

The Roller Coaster Ride of Transitions: The Joy of Beginning…and Completing

This piece was in my latest coaching newsletter and several people wrote to me about so I’ve added it here, in an edited version. On a recent sunny day, I went to an end-of-summer amusement park with friends and we … Continue reading

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Transitions: Old Fulfillment, Old Growth

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We all have had exciting dreams, the kind that we badly wanted. Whatever it was, very often we accomplish “It”, we reached “There”: getting an education, going on a date, getting hired for our first job, earning a living, moving … Continue reading

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The “Lost and Found” of Transitions

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The end of something is often the beginning of a transition, the transition from what we know and is familiar to us, The Known, through to The New. Lost our job. Lost our relationship. Lost our health. Lost our home. … Continue reading

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