Coaching Excellence Blog


Question to Clarify

“When trouble arises and things look bad, there’s always one individual who perceives a solution and is willing to take command, but sometimes that individual is crazy!” Just a lighthearted quote to remind us all that one of two things occurs when someone takes the lead in a crisis. Either the leader is on target […]

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Share YourSelf

If you’re reading this, you are, most likely, a deep thinker who’s not satisfied with just going through the motions in life. You want more out of life: more knowledge, consciousness, peace, and love. And you’re not alone. You may be very surprised to find out that your friends have some of the same thoughts […]

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How To Be Unreasonably Happy

Life offers us millions of opportunities to judge. Every time we judge, we lower ourselves to the vibration of conflict. This is very unhealthy and will keep you unhappy. You can be unreasonably happy by allowing yourself, when faced with an opportunity to judge, to simply let go of that urge and accept whatever is […]

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Life Just Is

Wouldn’t it be great if we could appreciate each experience we have without judgment? When things are painful, we label them as bad and want them to end. When things are enjoyable, we label them as good and are disappointed when they end. Life just is. There are no good or bad experiences; there are […]

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Life Inventory

As most of you know, we are all energy. Energy is either anabolic (this builds you up) or catabolic (this breaks you down). It’s important to note that everything in our lives, including tasks, goals, relationships, jobs, etc., are either anabolic or catabolic as well. Consider all the things in your life that help you, […]

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Are You Holding Back?

Too many people take life too seriously and things too personally. Sometimes, due to our worrying about upsetting another person, we hold back from connecting with them. Instead, being open and honest will lead to a greater connection. Just keep one thing in mind: if your intentions are pure, then a simple apology will clean […]

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