There have been over 400 recordings of today’s Musical Monday selection. Countless artists have sung Stand By Me over the last 57 years. But the version everyone is talking about is the Kingdom Choir’s performance at the royal wedding on Saturday…Read More
Today’s Musical Monday is inspired by the new attitude that accompanies the change of seasons. It took the song New Attitude to make Patti LaBelle a solo star at age 40…Read More
Today’s Musical Monday encourages us to take control of our life as we start 2018. In May of 2000, Bon Jovi dropped the bold anthem It’s My Life, the band’s first release since 1995. The Grammy nominated song struck a chord around the world...Read More
Today’s Holiday Musical Monday celebrates the desire for change we often associate with New Year’s Day. Thirty years ago this month, Michael Jackson released Man in the Mirror, a song about social change starting with an individual...Read More
The person is truly fortunate that has not thought at some point about saying “you can take this job and shove it.” What was once a workingman’s anthem now applies to positions all the way up the corporate ladder.Read More
Today’s Musical Monday selection, Who Are You?, has been all over television for the past few weeks as the soundtrack for Wal-Mart Halloween costume ads. Someone has a scary sense of humor...Read More
When faced with life’s crossroads, we ask for and receive input from many sources. Determining which advice to heed can be as challenging as the original dilemma. Consider the source...Read More
With Florida, Texas and several Caribbean nations focused on Hurricane recovery and rebuilding, Musical Monday is devoted to the calm after the storm. I Can See Clearly Now was #1 in the U.S. for a month in 1972.
Singer songwriter Johnny Nash, from Houston, Texas, is credited with bringing the island rhythms of Reggae into the U.S. mainstream...Read More
Former rock now country artist Darius Rucker has a new album with a lead single that could be a Life Coaching anthem. Darius (51) asks a provocative question that many mid-lifers are currently considering.,,Read More
When I tell people I’m a Life Transition coach, I often get a myriad of questions about the process. I explain that my clients set the agenda for what we accomplish each session. My role is to ask thought provoking questions and use coaching tools to focus the discussion on outcomes. Here’s a taste…
One of my favorite coaching tools is a visualization exercise. I ask clients to describe their perfect day. What do they do from the minute they wake-up until they go to bed? Who doesn’t like permission to daydream? It’s a crowd pleaser. The exercise shares a great deal about a client’s values and priorities. This opens the door to creating a plan to achieving the client’s ideal life.
Today I decided to ask myself that question. I woke up in a Ralph Lauren inspired tent in Africa to the distant sounds of elephants…