I recently sat down to have lunch with Dionne and Sheila, Sheila’s family moved to Brownsville in her teens and Dionne is a second-generation resident. Together they launched We Run Brownsville in 2016.
I was poking around online for a dessert recipe to prepare for a dinner party and came across a renown plum cake recipe; and feedback has been the focus of many coaching sessions recently. This is how I connected the dots between these seemingly unrelated topics.
I’m not an expert on the rules and regulations of tennis but from what I saw of the US Open Women’s Final, and then heard and subsequently read, I feel certain that the umpire, Carlos Ramos, could benefit from a coach.
Joanne Killmeyer was a driving force in why I became a coach and I want to pay tribute to her legacy publicly. Joanne passed this summer, leaving me and many of her former students and mentees bereft, missing her wisdom and deep sense of compassion.
The passing of Labor Day feels like the real start to the new year for many of us and is a good time to launch self-improvement goals. With that in mind, I recently spoke to my client Ruben Belliard about his entrepreneurial journey in the world of fitness.
To close out the year I want to share two powerful 2016 reads -- a book and an article. One related to designing your career and life, and the other to creating high-functioning teams. And as a special bonus, an uplifting podcast.
Which simple, old-fashioned strategy makes it more likely that you’ll lose weight? Keep your New Year’s resolution? Meet that business goal at work? The simple act of writing it down makes it more likely.
Like almost everyone I know, I’m an over-scheduled, busy New Yorker. This includes work, family, social commitments and, in my case, physical therapy for a torn ACL. How do we fit it all in? How do we prioritize our activities? How do we rise above the feeling of being overwhelmed all the time?