Emotional Intelligence

Value

Most of the emotional distress that clients suffer—indeed, much of the psychological dysfunction in the world in general—comes from substituting power for value.

Making a New Decision

“It’s almost impossible to persuade someone that he’s wrong. Almost impossible to make your argument louder and sharper and have the other person say, “I was wrong and I will change my mind.” Far more effective: Help someone make a… Read More ›

Life Lessons: Coping

Coping is Something We All Do to Varying Degrees When I think of the word “coping”, there are both negative and positive connotations. It’s great to have the ability to handle something, but if coping is required it generally means… Read More ›

4 Signs of a Weak Leader

We have all heard the old adage, “actions speak louder than words.” Unfortunately, for many, image speaks louder than  meaningful action as well.  Especially, when it comes to leadership.  A recent article in Inc magazine explains how to identify the weak leader… Read More ›