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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

What’s that thing you don’t want to do?

What’s that thing you don’t want to do?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #35 Before the sun comes up, you can hear me in the backyard jumping rope. And every (single) morning I remind myself of the benefits: a

What drives you crazy?

What drives you crazy?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #34 Maybe it’s the end of the first month of 2024. Last week’s full moon? World events? I’ve been feeling on edge. This week someone decided

Don’t run from disorder, go through it

Don’t run from disorder, go through it

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #33 Sometimes it takes a sense of disorder to bring me back to my senses. Growing up the oldest of six kids, our home had its

A time to be silent

A time to be silent

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #32 Waiting in line at the grocery store this week, it was just my luck to be behind two people who were having a heated discussion

Being intentional

Being intentional

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #31 I am not a huge fan of cold weather, and living in Colorado at this time of year makes it difficult to avoid snow, freezing

Wait…what?

Wait…what?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #30 These paphiopedilums, also known as slipper orchids for their defined pouches, just bloomed over the holidays and we’ve been enjoying their amazing beauty every single day.

What will you release in 2024?

What will you release in 2024?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #29 The New Year brings a lot of pressure to get it right, this time. Rather than making another set of plans, what would it look

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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

What’s that thing you don’t want to do?

What’s that thing you don’t want to do?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #35 Before the sun comes up, you can hear me in the backyard jumping rope. And every (single) morning I remind myself of the benefits: a

What drives you crazy?

What drives you crazy?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #34 Maybe it’s the end of the first month of 2024. Last week’s full moon? World events? I’ve been feeling on edge. This week someone decided

Don’t run from disorder, go through it

Don’t run from disorder, go through it

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #33 Sometimes it takes a sense of disorder to bring me back to my senses. Growing up the oldest of six kids, our home had its

A time to be silent

A time to be silent

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #32 Waiting in line at the grocery store this week, it was just my luck to be behind two people who were having a heated discussion

Being intentional

Being intentional

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #31 I am not a huge fan of cold weather, and living in Colorado at this time of year makes it difficult to avoid snow, freezing

Wait…what?

Wait…what?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #30 These paphiopedilums, also known as slipper orchids for their defined pouches, just bloomed over the holidays and we’ve been enjoying their amazing beauty every single day.

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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.