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A Servant’s Hope

What good is a broken vessel if it can’t hold water? And so, what good is a broken heart if it can’t bear its own load.
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Exercise Your Brain

Do you have any idea what your brain is capable of? We use the whole thing! Brains are capable of so much thought, calculation, and creativity.
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Ukrainian First Responders Fighting On

Our first responders face many challenges here in the US, but recently our hearts have gone especially out to those in Ukraine who are under attack. What must it be like and how much trauma are first responders in Ukraine facing now? More importantly, how can we help from here?
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Unlocking the Choice for Change

We each have unique inner motivators and the key to unlocking our drive for change, in either ourselves or the world around us, lies in the ability to discover those motivators.
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Put Your Own Mask on First

Helping others before helping yourself is not helping others. It’s important to do a self check on a regular basis for this very reason.
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Process Coaching: Riding the Wave

Through process coaching, the coach gets in the boat with the coaching partner. They face the current of the session together.
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The Road Less Traveled

We face changes all the time. It feels like our road ends and there’s nothing clear afterwards. We need to look deep, find the courage, and plunge ahead into the unknown.
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Spotlight: Kris Rath, LEOW

Kris Rath is a recently retired police wife (LEOW) and Illinois Affiliate of the National Police Wives Association (NPWA). Kris is a mom to two teenage boys and has been entrenched in the law enforcement life for 23 years.
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The Power of Commitment

Many of us have those moments where we struggle to commit. Having someone check in with you is like having a guard rail on your road to success.
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Balance Coaching: The Daily Juggle

We all desire balance in life, a feeling of contentment that makes the daily routine feel in alignment. This is what balance coaching strives for, that feeling of being able to take each day in stride, action after action.
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Being Honest with Yourself

Let’s be honest: we’re not always honest. When in the public’s eye, we pretend we’re dealing okay with all that’s going on.
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Fulfillment Coaching: Feeling Alive

Fulfillment coaching is not about satisfying the coachee immediately but about helping the coachee find satisfaction that will last.
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Building Trust

A coaching relationship can be a powerful tool to one’s personal growth and forward movement. The key to building the perfect coaching relationship is all about building trust.
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Are You Even Listening?

We have conversations all the time. They can be quick and inconsequential or deep and meaningful. That is to say…
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Life Coaching: More Than a Sounding Board

What is life coaching all about? We’re more than just a sounding board. We’re your biggest fans & we’re ready to help you achieve your goals.
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DiSC Assessments: A Deeper Understanding of You

It benefits a person (and a coach) to have a good understanding of one’s personality as they dive into sessions….
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The Power of Routine

Routine brings familiarity in many ways and that’s your solid footing, footing which could hold a person together in an otherwise chaotic situation.
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Staffing Shortages: Picking up the Slack

We have been battling this pandemic with all we’ve got and still COVID fights back. For first responders who put themselves at risk every day, it’s not just about the expected dangers of the job, but now they face staffing shortages.
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The Next Right Thing

When life gets crazy, if you get overwhelmed, pick one thing. Just doing one thing at a time will take you further than trying to conquer it all at once.
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Do Nurses Count as First Responders?

When we hear the term ‘first responder,’ we often think initially of police, fire, and EMS, but we know there’s…
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