By tambre on October 18, 2011
I love social media on many levels. It has allowed me to meet some incredible people, uncover amazing resources and connect with many tribes that are aligned with my core values and mission. Through Facebook and Twitter, I can keep up with friends, family and the communities I am involved in. I learn about people, places, events and, often, breaking news.
But sometimes 140 characters or a short paragraph just isn’t enough. So today’s blog post is about taking full advantage of more words so I can put the spotlight on one of my best friends, Marni Battista, the founder of Dating With Dignity. This will be a complete surprise to her…and she’s earned it. Continue reading “When a Tweet Just Isn’t Enough”
By tambre on October 16, 2011
When I was young, I used to play a game with my grandfather called Spare Change. We would go out to run the errands together and every store we went into, he would pay in bills and put all the change in his shirt pocket.
When we got back to my grandparents house, whatever was in that pocket was mine to keep. I was always surprised to see how many tiger tail ice cream treats I could buy when I added up all the pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
What if you thought about time this way – and the limiting belief we often have – I don’t have time to make any significant changes right now? Continue reading “Spare Change ~ A Lesson From My Grandfather”
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By tambre on October 11, 2011
In my experience as a coach, I often find anger for many people is the silent experience of internal conflict. And, sometimes the two go hand in hand.
We’ve all had those moments where we lashed out at someone for little or no reason. If we reflect back, with perspective we see that internal upset was really the source of our frustration and the instigating factor, not someone failing to pick up their dinner plate. Continue reading “Behind the Mask of Anger”
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