ABOUT: High Performance Pattern

ABOUT: High Performance Pattern

 High Performance Pattern (HPP) is a person’s unique pattern of outstanding performance. HPP is based on Dr. Jerry Fletcher’s work. While working with companies like IBM and Procter & Gamble as well as hundreds of smaller companies and individuals, he...
At the Crossroads of Life?

At the Crossroads of Life?

Last evening I gathered with friends and we watched a video about the Holy Land. It was done by Ray Vander Laan and while the production of the show was rather dated, the information is timeless. He spoke of the Israelites placed by God at the crossroads of, literally...
Christian Coaching & Stress

Christian Coaching & Stress

Interested to find out how you can use life coaching to sabotage stress? War is a terrible thing and it’s very personal when the battle is waged against you. Our fast pace, stress filled culture presents a continual barrage of mounting financial obligations, pressures...
Standard Baby Time

Standard Baby Time

Here is my dilemma. Grandparent goes gaga over new grand baby. Pictures, hundreds of them even the blurry ones, are…”so cute!”  Anecdotes about the brave new mommy going into labor, suffering through it like a champ and crossing the finish line with baby at breast....
COACHING IS NOT MENTORING

COACHING IS NOT MENTORING

  For a brief description on mentoring you should read my post Pray for Your Personal Mentor. Also learn more about mentoring through many relationships throughout the Bible. Among them are Jesus and His disciples, Barnabas and Paul, Paul and Timothy, Naomi and Ruth,...
Reframing and The Clear Sky Lens

Reframing and The Clear Sky Lens

Most every coach I meet is looking to discover, and refine tools that add to their ability to move their clients forward towards desired goals. Reframing is used by most coaches because it’s a strategy that can form a purposeful shift in perspective. When used...
Diving Deep

Diving Deep

It was our second class. The dive shop looked exactly as it had the day before, but this sunny, fall afternoon the instructors were not their usual animated selves. The class was gathered and the owner of the dive shop said. “You’re going to hear about this on the...
Five Ways to Beat Stress

Five Ways to Beat Stress

Our fast pace, stress filled culture presents a continual barrage of mounting financial obligations, pressures from work and at home, escalating social and multimedia distractions and less time with loved ones.  We all battle against stress, but many people are...