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Reflections on a move

Reflections on a move

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #59 This is the week my husband and I are uprooting and moving to a new home, in a new state, hundreds of miles away from

When boundaries are essential

When boundaries are essential

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #58 Wherever I turn, I am learning. And the learning isn’t something I’m always looking for or truly want. In the process of selling our home,

Happy Fourth of July

Happy Fourth of July

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #57 I hope you’re enjoying a short week of work, maybe even a week off, as America turns 248 years old. To inspire you on this

The power of the pause

The power of the pause

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #56 Whenever we walk into a big box retailer with our four-year old grandson, we get to experience all sorts of stuff we otherwise would have

When your reservoir is empty

When your reservoir is empty

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #55 One of the joys of sitting in our backyard is being near this stone fountain, where the sound of the flowing water is mesmerizing. During

Are you ready?

Are you ready?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #53 If you’re connected in any way to small children you know that getting them ready to head out the door in the morning, prepare for

The next time you’re overwhelmed

The next time you’re overwhelmed

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #52 I was stopped in traffic this week when a moving company truck caught my attention. In those long, drawn out minutes I witnessed two of

3 keys to strategic leadership

3 keys to strategic leadership

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #51 When I consider the people in my life who’ve influenced me the most I think of my husband, parents and close family members, bosses and

The importance of timing

The importance of timing

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #50 Ever wonder why you aren’t doing something you really want to be doing? You create the space, gear up for the event and then bail,

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Reflections on a move

Reflections on a move

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #59 This is the week my husband and I are uprooting and moving to a new home, in a new state, hundreds of miles away from

When boundaries are essential

When boundaries are essential

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #58 Wherever I turn, I am learning. And the learning isn’t something I’m always looking for or truly want. In the process of selling our home,

Happy Fourth of July

Happy Fourth of July

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #57 I hope you’re enjoying a short week of work, maybe even a week off, as America turns 248 years old. To inspire you on this

The power of the pause

The power of the pause

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #56 Whenever we walk into a big box retailer with our four-year old grandson, we get to experience all sorts of stuff we otherwise would have

When your reservoir is empty

When your reservoir is empty

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #55 One of the joys of sitting in our backyard is being near this stone fountain, where the sound of the flowing water is mesmerizing. During

Are you ready?

Are you ready?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #53 If you’re connected in any way to small children you know that getting them ready to head out the door in the morning, prepare for

The next time you’re overwhelmed

The next time you’re overwhelmed

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #52 I was stopped in traffic this week when a moving company truck caught my attention. In those long, drawn out minutes I witnessed two of

3 keys to strategic leadership

3 keys to strategic leadership

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #51 When I consider the people in my life who’ve influenced me the most I think of my husband, parents and close family members, bosses and

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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.