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In awe of the eclipse

In awe of the eclipse

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #44 Sitting outside a Denver-area restaurant with my friend, Frances, on Monday we used our MedOptics glasses to view the partial eclipse. Oh my gosh you

Do you trust your gut?

Do you trust your gut?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #43 One of my brothers recently shared that the biggest thing he’s learned about himself is using his accumulated wisdom to trust his gut. After years

Sometimes I think I think too much

Sometimes I think I think too much

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #42 What do you mean when you say ‘I think too much?’ If you’re like me, it’s most common when you’re ruminating or worrying about something

Here’s what happens when you’re kind

Here’s what happens when you’re kind

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #41 When I shared with my oldest granddaughter, here for the end of spring break, that I would be taking some time to write this newsletter

Note to self: breathe

Note to self: breathe

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #40 What is it about the month of March? Stress is showing up everywhere I go. This week a sense of dread felt like it stuck

Being thankful is a state of mind

Being thankful is a state of mind

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #39 Living in a household where we give thanks before every meal, I sometimes wonder if I’ve become immune to the power of saying thank you.

Jet lag is a choice

Jet lag is a choice

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #38 When I travel for business or pleasure overseas most of these trips require a quick turnaround. Because of the timing, I don’t spend much time

Do it now…sometimes later becomes never

Do it now…sometimes later becomes never

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #37 What do you love to do? There are number of things that come immediately to mind for me including coaching, cycling, gardening, reading, hanging out

Sometimes you just need a hug

Sometimes you just need a hug

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #36 As I logged into a peer coaching session this week, our grandson rushed into my office. The only thing he wanted was a hug. He

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In awe of the eclipse

In awe of the eclipse

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #44 Sitting outside a Denver-area restaurant with my friend, Frances, on Monday we used our MedOptics glasses to view the partial eclipse. Oh my gosh you

Do you trust your gut?

Do you trust your gut?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #43 One of my brothers recently shared that the biggest thing he’s learned about himself is using his accumulated wisdom to trust his gut. After years

Sometimes I think I think too much

Sometimes I think I think too much

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #42 What do you mean when you say ‘I think too much?’ If you’re like me, it’s most common when you’re ruminating or worrying about something

Here’s what happens when you’re kind

Here’s what happens when you’re kind

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #41 When I shared with my oldest granddaughter, here for the end of spring break, that I would be taking some time to write this newsletter

Note to self: breathe

Note to self: breathe

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #40 What is it about the month of March? Stress is showing up everywhere I go. This week a sense of dread felt like it stuck

Being thankful is a state of mind

Being thankful is a state of mind

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #39 Living in a household where we give thanks before every meal, I sometimes wonder if I’ve become immune to the power of saying thank you.

Jet lag is a choice

Jet lag is a choice

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #38 When I travel for business or pleasure overseas most of these trips require a quick turnaround. Because of the timing, I don’t spend much time

Do it now…sometimes later becomes never

Do it now…sometimes later becomes never

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #37 What do you love to do? There are number of things that come immediately to mind for me including coaching, cycling, gardening, reading, hanging out

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Born in India to an Armenian father and Danish mother, Lois is the author of Hybrid:  The Transformation of a Cross-Cultural People Pleaser, which explores the challenges of growing up as a third culture kid and the identity issues that haunted her until she stopped living for others and started charting her own course.