Amy's Blog

Extra Pickles, Please! - Extra Pickles, Please! Asking for what you want is easy as pie for some people. If it’s easy for you, read no further. Unless of course you want to better understand your fellow humans, like the ones who struggle with even asking for extra pickles on a Wendy’s hamburger. In my coaching experience, I see ...
Pearls Before Swine - Pearls Before Swine Everyone wants their truth to be heard. I often notice myself or others getting uneasy waiting for an opening to insert an opinion into a conversation, sometimes bouncing in the seat like a third grader. We want OUR feelings to be taken seriously, and OUR thoughts to be considered. As a coach, ...
Need a New Vision? - Many people can only see what they see with their eyes. I spent this weekend at a guided retreat learning to create a vision for my future self with my heart, my intuition, and my imagination. And we set the prophecy in motion. Along with my husband and 12 new friends, I invested the 2 ...
Positivity – And What to Do About the Dark Side? - Positivity - And What to Do About the Dark Side? Many of you gave feedback that positivity is a meaningful topic and warrants more exploration. I love hearing your stories of how positive words make life go your way, a little at a time. So, it’s great to be positive, but we face the question ...
Powerful Words of Positivity - Did the Holiday season inspire you? Which did you hear the most – joyful, affirmative statements or cynical, downer comments? As you know, I work with individuals, parents, and families experiencing a great deal of uneasiness or negativity with relationships. It is common for many of my clients to feel down, and even helpless – ...
He Said, She Said - He Said, She Said I work almost exclusively as a neutral professional, meeting with moms and dads in the throes of co-parenting nightmares. In my line of work as a coach and mediator, “He said, She said” is the norm. So I listen to both sides with curiosity and compassion. And the stories simply don’t ...

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