Category Archives: Coaching

Why letting go is so hard…and so wonderful

I am in the process of making final edits on the Landmarks book to be released in March. It’s been amazing to see what I have written in book form for the first time and to edit it for the … Continue reading

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What in the world are these photos?

So what in the world are these boys doing? A new form of workout? Getting bitten by bugs? Having a contest to see who can jump the highest? But that wasn’t the only strange photo I took this weekend. I … Continue reading

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Freezing outside…warming inside

I was so cold that hot coffee couldn’t warm me.  It was that deep chilling cold that penetrated my bones.  I had just finished a bike ride with my good friend, Tom.  It wasn’t frigid outside, just cold enough to … Continue reading

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Lost again…and found again.

This story revolves around a regular occurrence in my life.  And when it happens, nothing sends me into convulsions of shame and anger quicker.  What am I referring to?  Losing my wallet.  I feel undone, irresponsible, exposed as inept before … Continue reading

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A bike, a flat tire, a pumped-up heart

In the most unlikely of places, this story begins–stranded on a country road with a flat bike tire.  I was trying to catch up with my bike buddies on a recent Saturday morning.  The weird thud, thud, thud, the rough … Continue reading

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Enjoy me…

As long as I can remember, I have been good at getting things done.  Even in the 7th grade, I could chew through the academic work.  When I attempted a career as a recording artist, I could sit for hours … Continue reading

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