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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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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Do You Need a Life Coach?

As we move about in our lives from one obstacle to another, we often tell the same lie to our…
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PTSD and First Responders

Any first responder position is certain to be stressful at least sometimes. The job is about responding to emergencies, sometimes…
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The Value of Vulnerability

When’s the last time you’ve been scared. Like truly afraid. A colleague of mine’s daughter was just diagnosed with Stage…
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Goal Setting Struggles and How to Overcome Them!!

So with the New Year right around the corner, I thought the most appropriate topic I could choose is GOAL…
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Welcome to my first Blog post!!

Hello Everyone!!   I wanted to start this first blog by sharing the gratitude that I have for all of…
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