Relevancy is subjective, and can be fleeting. It’s also something that all of us want to remain. So how do you achieve this?

A wise woman named Rhonda Knight Boyle recently stated, “Coaching isn’t therapy. Coaching is product development, with you as the product.” All products need to be developed and sent out into the world. However, people are more complex, and need far more development than most products. How’s your development going?

Kathy Murphy

Imagine having a crystal ball right now. What would you be looking at and wanting to see what our future has in store for us, even in the next thirty days?

Kathy Murphy

Impact is one of the words that can have a double meaning. Sometimes good, other times just the opposite. Everything we do can have a positive impact on others. What impact are you having, and do you know which impact category it is in?

Kathy Murphy

Everyone at some point feels anxious. Some more often than others. Given the Covid pandemic we are presently globally experiencing, it is amping up our collective anxiety to a whole new level. Despite all this, there is still good news…

There are certain traits which have a higher value than others. Being adaptable in both the work place, and in life is one of them. Given the choice, I would always hire someone or want to spend time with someone who had this trait over someone who wasn’t this way. Are you adaptable?

Kathy Murphy

Think of someone you know who is a top performer. Do you know why they are at the top of their game, and what got them there? You might be surprised by their answers.

Unfair advantages are all around you, and if you are a leader or sports team coach, you’ll want to know how to leverage advantages right in front of you.

When was the last time you weighed the pros and cons of investing your money in experiences versus material things? If you have not thought about this debate lately, I encourage you to do so, starting today. This applies to both work and life.