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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,

Expectations and frustration

Expectations and frustration

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #49 For years – expectations have ruled my life in one way or another. Whether in education, marriage, raising kids, having a career, transitioning to another

Don’t jump the gun!

Don’t jump the gun!

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #48 Being competitive has its upsides: you train, you respect your craft, you show up, you want to excel and do very, very well. You want

Listen First

Listen First

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #47 Just before game 5 of the NBA playoff series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets, starting point guard Jamal Murray came in

Looking for confidence?

Looking for confidence?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #46 Playgrounds are ripe for many of the lessons I get to work on in my coaching profession. While I was covered in sand trying to

Clutter and your brain

Clutter and your brain

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #45 Clutter isn’t just one thing, it’s: A confused multitude of things, as defined by vocabulary.com. Clutter shows up in many areas of life: In your

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

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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,

Expectations and frustration

Expectations and frustration

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #49 For years – expectations have ruled my life in one way or another. Whether in education, marriage, raising kids, having a career, transitioning to another

Don’t jump the gun!

Don’t jump the gun!

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #48 Being competitive has its upsides: you train, you respect your craft, you show up, you want to excel and do very, very well. You want

Listen First

Listen First

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #47 Just before game 5 of the NBA playoff series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets, starting point guard Jamal Murray came in

Looking for confidence?

Looking for confidence?

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #46 Playgrounds are ripe for many of the lessons I get to work on in my coaching profession. While I was covered in sand trying to

Clutter and your brain

Clutter and your brain

The Coach’s Corner Newsletter #45 Clutter isn’t just one thing, it’s: A confused multitude of things, as defined by vocabulary.com. Clutter shows up in many areas of life: In your

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

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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.