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February 24, 2016

I was talking with a coaching client recently about the pressure he feels in modern society to be “liked,” but he didn’t mean it in the traditional sense completely. He was talking mostly about the self he shares with the public via social media and the desire to post things that will be liked. I have been aware of that recently too.


I post on about six different Facebook pages that I moderate, sometimes daily, and when I’m traveling, less often.  Before I post for the current day, I often go back and review the previous day’s discussion or likes to see what generated interest and conversation. I admit to being completely flabbergasted most days that something posted flippantly and off the cuff might generate a ton of likes, shares and comments, and something thoughtful that I took more ti...

January 25, 2016

When you hear the word integrity do you confuse it with morality or ethics or think it is about some kind of value judgment? When someone calls you on your integrity do you shrink back, take offense or feel ashamed? I learned about integrity from Landmark Education, and I admit, it took me a long time to really grasp its meaning. At first it was brought up around arriving back to the room for whatever seminar I was taking on time from breaks.


These breaks often included quite a bit of homework, some of which involved calling people in my life, and those calls were often unpredictable so it seemed unreasonable to me to always be expected to arrive exactly on time. Guess what? It WAS unreasonable. Life is unreasonable. It is going to throw stuff at us when we least expect it, and those situa...

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