The holiday season is upon us. This time of year can unleash a wide range of feelings, memories, and experiences. It can be a time of love and connection. It can also be a catalyst for amplifying feelings of loss and grief. It is a good time to stop and check in to see how…
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Over the course of my years with iPEC, first as a coach in training and, now as Managing Director of iPEC’s COR.E Wellbeing division, I’ve heard many life changing and profound perspectives and insights from our founder, Bruce D Schneider. But there is one that stands out as December comes to a close and so…
In The Language of Cancer I explored the impact of words. Words are powerful and while there may be standard definitions in the dictionary, it is our perspectives, experiences and more that contribute to what we make them mean. I believe in the power of words – to motivate, to inspire, to create. They can also have the opposite effect. They can cause limitations, pain and destruction.
It was as small, simple gesture. As the gentleman in front of me went to pay for his coffee this morning, he asked if, perhaps, they offered a military discount. The Barrista let him know that Starbucks doesn’t have programs like some other organizations offer for military. As he paid for his coffee and then…