Monthly Archives: December 2015

Unexpected Consequences

Sometimes the choices we make have unexpected consequences. A spine to my films that’s become more evident to me is that many are about the choices people make, and the reverberations of those choices. You go this way, or that way, and either way, there’s going to be consequences.  – Spike Lee Mistakes are always forgivable,…

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Change and Peace on Earth

 Peace on Earth begins within… Peace on Earth gets a lot of press at this time of year. This year, we are also getting a double dose of war, conflict and hatred. Everyone wants ‘peace on earth’ their way, not, not the other’s way – and there is the rub – wanting others to change…

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‘Tis the Season – Shop, Shop, Shop

Life – where the rubber meets the road! 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study Globally, there are 6.9 coaches per 1 million population. In the high income regions, the ratio of coaches per 1 million population is in excess of 40. Coaching in the U. S. is a $750 million industry Self-help Self-improvement represents a $10 billion…

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Thinking, thinking, thinking

Thinking can be the ‘spinning wheel of death’ Have you seen the TV ads for faster Internet connection where they mention the spinning wheel of death? The spinning wheel of death is the animated icon that goes round and round while the computer is waiting for download data. The faster your Internet connection, the less…

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