Tag Archives: guilt

Three Ways to Stay True to Yourself

A recent article listed the top 5 regrets of people who were in the last stages of a terminal illness.  These regrets had nothing to do with unfulfilled bucket lists but rather reflected regret that the truly important things in … Continue reading

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Mussar

Mussar?  What is that?  It is a term that I recently discovered in the little book Every Day, Holy Day by Alan Morinis.  Mussar, according to Morinis, “is a Jewish spiritual tradition that offers insight and guidance for living by … Continue reading

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Powerful Question

As a coach I am trained to ask powerful questions.  A powerful question is a question that you makes you stop and think about things, i.e. your life, differently.  It may be a question that you have never thought of … Continue reading

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How Fast Can You Go?

I heard a commercial today stating categorically that “FASTER IS BETTER”.   The pitch was about cell phone speed and yes, we have grown accustomed to high-speed on our cell phones but the statement by itself just doesn’t ring true to me.  Does … Continue reading

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