Monthly Archives: September 2005

Overcoming Overwhelm

Yesterday I attended a meeting of the Tucson Coaches Alliance, a collaboration of life and business coaches in the Tucson Arizona area. The topic of the meeting was “Overcoming Entrepreneurial Overwhelm.” Wow – what a timely topic! If any of … Continue reading

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Resiliency: Coping With Adversity

“Life is not a matter of holding good cards but of playing a poor hand well.” —Robert Louis Stevenson. As President (and newsletter editor) for a local psychological association, the Adlerian Society of Arizona, I am called upon (nay, I … Continue reading

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Right from the Getgo (or Gecko)

So I have a houseguest. It started out harmless enough, but I’m afraid it’s gotten ugly. At first, he was polite, quiet, no loud parties or anything. Didn’t eat much – the kind of low-maintenance do-my-own-thing kind of guest that’s … Continue reading

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