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A Great (Discounted) Gift Idea!

Are you looking for a life-changing gift this season? I have a great idea for you: coaching. Now through 12/31, I’m offering 50 percent off coaching when you pay for it as a gift to someone else. If you want to take advantage of this, or you want to know more about what my coaching […]

5 Questions to Help You Own Your Leadership Style

“People keep telling me I’m a leader, but I’ve never really seen myself that way. Now I find myself in this leadership role, and I don’t really know how it’s supposed to look.” Sometimes my coaching clients say things like this. They feel overwhelmed by the expectations of leadership and feel like imposters in their […]

Want to Live Boldly? Get a Coach

A year and a half ago, Shannon Miller was feeling trapped in her teaching career. “I was unfulfilled, but I didn’t feel like I had a lot of other options for what I could do.” She was also noticing that she often found herself in situations that called for her to lead others—but she had […]

Q&A: Isn’t It Selfish to Pursue What I Want in Life?

I receive a lot of inquiries from people asking for advice about living with mental illness, loving someone with a mental disorder, and doing ministry among people with mental illness and their families. Occasionally I share some of these interactions here, for the benefit of others who may have similar questions. But those aren’t the […]

5 Questions to Find Your Leadership Identity

As a life & leadership coach, one of the many ways I support people is in helping them understand their identity as leaders. How are they uniquely called, drawn, and equipped to influence others? As in all my coaching work, I use questions as a primary tool. And because I know many of you are […]

Guest Post: 8 Keys to Helping Kids Stay Engaged and Work Hard

Of all the guest bloggers I’ve featured here, this one is my favorite. And it’s a good thing, too, because I’m married to him. But marriage to me (and being father to two teenagers) is not all Trevor does. He has nearly 25 years of experience in serving adolescents and their families as a youth […]

Your Most Important Leadership Strategy

So you have a shelf full of leadership books, and you’ve read them all. You’re looking forward to the next leadership conference, where you will seek ideas, inspiration, and some networking opportunities. You’ve taken several assessments to understand both your strengths and your weaknesses. You’re open to feedback, you’ve learned to delegate to others, and […]

Video Post: How Can I Find My Identity without Comparing Myself to Others?

I’ve got another video post for you this week. Thanks to the reader who contacted me with the question behind this one. And here’s a link to the article I mention in the video: The Problem with Self-Esteem. Enjoy!

Q&A: How Do I Maintain Boundaries with Someone Who Has Mental Illness?

I receive a lot of inquiries from people asking for advice about living with mental illness, loving someone with a mental disorder, and doing ministry among people with mental illness and their families. I can’t offer the kind of advice and help a mental health professional can give, but I can point people in the […]

12 Ideas for Making This a Good Year

Generally, I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions. I figure any day of the year is a good day for starting a new habit, breaking an old one, or pursuing a better version of myself. And let’s face it, it’s hard enough to make one minor change in life; committing to a major overhaul, all at […]

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