Healing As An Art

At the community discussion following the documentary The Foreigner’s Home about art and racism, a woman in my discussion group remarked that she had had an ‘aha’ moment.   She said it occurred to her for the first time that her hands-on healing practice was an art.   The definitions of health and

Creating Space For The New Year

Happy 2019!   Resolutions usually take arise out of a desire to create a new, healthier habit or to release a destructive habit.   Rarely do they involve releasing something positive (but wearing out either physically or energetically) simply to create space.   And yet that’s a resolution with which I’m playing.  I’ve

Is Honesty the Best Policy?

Recently I was honored to be interviewed by radio host Bill Horan on WHPC 90.3 FM about The Concise Coaching Handbook: How To Coach Yourself And Others To Get Business Results The show will be broadcast December 19, 2018 at 4pm.  If you miss it, I’ll provide a link in the next blog

Time and Friendship

It’s been estimated that to become a master at any activity, you need to put in 10,000 hours of practice.   Fortunately, to have a close friend, it takes considerably less time. . Or so says a University of Kansas study which found that it takes 50 hours of socializing to go from

The Upside of Boredom

As I’ve been going through a pile of partially-read magazines before I donate them to a nursing home, I stumbled across a Cambridge University article on the uses of boredom.   Most technology (especially the smart phone) is supposed to make life easier and leave us time to spend elsewhere.  Instead, the technology