Posts Tagged ‘challenges’

Why you should focus on the root cause instead of the symptoms

17, Oct 2014 | no comments

Hey beautiful!  Do you ever get to the end of your day and feel exhausted, drained and in need of a reality show to mentally check-out… and perhaps some chocolate? If that only happens occasionally then it’s not a big deal. But when this becomes the norm, that’s when it’s time to take a closer look. That […]

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Posts Tagged ‘challenges’

Why you should focus on the root cause instead of the symptoms

17, Oct 2014 | no comments

It’s no secret; I’m a big fan of meditation. What’s not to love? It reduces stress, increases focus and improves self-awareness. I use this tool all the time with clients to help remove the mental clutter and uncover the root causes of their challenges. But meditation has other benefits which I discovered during a life […]

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Posts Tagged ‘challenges’

Why you should focus on the root cause instead of the symptoms

17, Oct 2014 | no comments

Solving your biggest challenges is not always easy but it can be done without wasting tons of time. Do you every spin your wheels overthinking something but can’t find a solution?  Are you trying to discover your ideal career?  Are you trying to create more meaningful relationships? I hear it all the time with my clients – they […]

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Posts Tagged ‘challenges’

Why you should focus on the root cause instead of the symptoms

17, Oct 2014 | no comments

Meet Jude Temple! She was willing to dig deep, face her challenges head on and take big action to make her dreams come true. We recently caught up with Jude to talk about her coaching experience and what she is up to now! What did you come to coaching for? I hated my job and desperately wanted to quit […]

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Posts Tagged ‘challenges’

Why you should focus on the root cause instead of the symptoms

17, Oct 2014 | no comments

Kiran Chatha is amazing. I had the pleasure of working with her a couple years ago and we recently caught up to talk about her experience with coaching and what she is up to now! What did you come to coaching for? I came to coaching because I was lost. I had gone through an […]

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