If you change the way you see things, the things you see will change.

Have you ever had someone tell you to "think outside the box?" I am going to be candid and completely honest with you. This kind of business-speak makes me nauseous. I don't recommend any of my clients use it. As part of my business coaching, I frequently review my clients' resumes. Sometimes a horrible cliche such as this will show...[ read more ]

Fred Phelps is dead: Does he deserve our forgiveness?

As most of the nation's news outlets have reported, Fred Phelps (the founder of Westboro Baptist Church) died of natural causes today. He was responsible for organizing a small group of vocal church members to picket funerals of soldiers, victims of violent crime, and any other individual who made headlines with signs that read "God hates fags." The reaction of...[ read more ]

What Problem Have You Made Greater Than You?

What’s Your Screenplay?

What if everything you believe about yourself -- your entire way of being in the world -- is just a story? If you didn't believe certain things about yourself, like "I'm too shy" or "I'm not a type-A personality", what would be possible? You have a say in how this story goes.

Even NASCAR Has Some Good In It

Community: It's a word we hear and use often. Most of us have an idea of what it means. At the very least, we know if we live in a "covenant-protected community", especially if you've ever gotten a nasty letter demanding you change the color of your house to beige from what you thought was a lovely shade of chartreuse...[ read more ]

Fake It Till You Make It

A few years ago, I found myself in personal growth and development seminar. The content of the seminar was great, and I learned a lot of things about myself that were holding me back of which I had been previously unaware. On the last day of the seminar, we discussed some strategies for dealing with overcoming obstacles, breakdowns in communication,...[ read more ]

A Reader Asks: I feel excluded. What do I do?

Dear Jeremy, I feel horrible because after talking and arguing with my boyfriend I discovered that he wants to continue to party -- with his friends -- not including me and is taking two vacations without me. We broke up because it was clear he didn't feel the same way about me. I asked questions upfront, along the way about...[ read more ]

Mean Girls

Let's face it: For all but a select few whom I have yet to meet, high school is or was a very difficult time. Few people make it through unscathed -- and those who claim that they had no issues whatsoever are either lying or in denial. The ages of approximately 13-17 are rich in development. Young adults are figuring...[ read more ]

Why Gratitude?

Providing coaching worldwide and counseling in Denver, Colorado, it is my pleasure to work with people from many different ethnicities, relational orientations, and economic statuses. In fact, I love the diversity of clients who trust me with some really tough issues. Some are struggling with seemingly paralyzing anxiety or crippling depression. Some are haunted by abuse from the past, an...[ read more ]

Yep. You’re Weird.

Most people think that the biggest fear that most people have is public speaking. I propose that the biggest fear isn't necessarily public speaking, but something about public speaking that is at the heart of the biggest fear: being judged. There's nothing inherently scary about speaking into a microphone in front of a group of people. In fact, all that's...[ read more ]

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