The Joy of Saying YES!!

Come on, you know you want to do something. In my coaching practice, I see highly accomplished professionals from across a variety of industries—people who are capable of getting things done—stymied when it comes to doing something for themselves. Does that sound familiar to you? Why is it that you don’t follow Nike’s advice and… read more

Lighting the Darkness: The Joy of a Positive Vision

More people this year than any other I can recall are eager to put 2016 behind them, saying it was a terrible year. Even more troubling, many are not looking forward to 2017 with the same kind of optimism about a fresh start that the clean slate of a new year usually invites. Most every… read more

The Joy of… Coworking

More than any year, I am so excited to see what 2016 holds in store for my work life. This has been a year dedicated to building a new coworking space that optimizes peace and joy along with exceptional business results. This is the vision I write about extensively and work with my clients to achieve. It seems only fitting… read more

The Joy of De-Stressing by De-Cluttering – Your Mind

Carrying the endless tasks and deliverables you’re responsible for in your head – such as picking up the dozen cupcakes you didn’t have time to make last night for your son’s swim meet bake sale as you run out of work praying for no traffic so you can get there in time to watch him… read more

The Joy of… Frank Feedback

“You worry too much”, my friend and business partner, Susan told me one day when I fretted that our air conditioner had just blown a fuse in our new office space. And she was right. I immediately worried that we didn’t have enough electrical power to support our new collaborative workspace, the wifi wouldn’t be… read more

The Joy of… Resilience

You made it! Do you know anyone in New England who hasn’t had a tough winter?  Just weathering the endless, record-setting snowstorms and the weeks of commuting horrors would be enough to wear anyone down. But it seems that an unusual number of people have weathered personal and professional storms as well, adding to the… read more

Meetings That Matter – And Not One More

When I left my full-time job at Mass General Hospital a few years ago, I knew I’d miss my colleagues and having ready access to the IT department. But there was something I knew I would NOT miss – spending endless hours each week in meetings. It was liberating to have all of that time… read more