Posted June 9th, 2013 by & filed under Musings on Coaching.
We are often too quick to look for answers before we find the right questions...Life Coaching can help you ask different, and better, questions. …
Posted June 8th, 2013 by & filed under Musings on Coaching.
Daniel Pink makes a great case for the increasing prominence of right-brained skills in the USA at this time in history. He argues that primarily left-brained, “knowledge workers”, who learned/mastered a body of knowledge or knowledge of processes the rest of us do not know, have long been able to turn that knowledge into a…
Posted June 8th, 2013 by & filed under Featured, Musings on Being an INFP.
Serious Studies in Myers-Briggs Typology. Sort of.
The sales guys on the floor are never INFPs. Unfortunately, they are more probably ESTJ, possibly ENTJ. They train the other sales guys too. That, from an INFP point of view, is a disaster.
Who are the ESTJs?
The ESTJ’s plan big events for me and…
Posted May 19th, 2013 by & filed under Featured.
Some leaders sound very leaderly, in voice tone, in formality, in their calculated reserve. They probably don’t use words like suck, my bad, dude, or play fantasy baseball. That’s OK. A lot of people want that kind of leader, or at least one that presents that way. I have ten bucks that says…
Posted May 19th, 2013 by & filed under Miscellaneous Melange of Blog Chotchkas.
Dr. Jim Nolan discusses two styles of leadership, using Tennis as the central metaphor. …
Posted March 8th, 2013 by & filed under Featured, Musings on Being an INFP.
A Psychosocial Profile of an INFP
By Jim Nolan, Santa Fe (President of Southwestern College)
People laugh when I tell them I am an “I”. I am funny, can be outlandish, and as president of my graduate institution, I give auditorium graduation speeches, which are smart, entertaining, sincere, authentic…
Posted March 5th, 2013 by & filed under Miscellaneous Melange of Blog Chotchkas.
Life rides in a bag of bones,
but never becomes it,
as you do not become the airplane,
no matter how long the flight…
Posted January 20th, 2013 by & filed under Featured, Musings on Therapy.
Learning to take responsibility sooner, rather than later, when you screw something up, is its own spiritual path...…