Learning can be performed independently; however, active and collaborative learning are beneficial not only for an individual learner but can also expedite organizational learning, too.
A new year delivers new hope for improvement. And as much as we dread the effort this entails, we must bear in mind that we're the only ones who can make ourselves better in any and every way. Strive for the right kinds of change in 2015 and broaden your horizon so that it becomes endless.
I am finishing up my first year as a true bona fide life coach after practicing counseling, and I wanted to share with everyone what I learned. And no, these lessons did not come from my amazingly cunning professional skills -- they came from my clients.
Think about the relationship you have with your children. More importantly, consider what your children think about that relationship. Is it a plus for them? How invested are they in that relationship?
"Breathe, count to 10," Oscar told me on the afternoon recently when I was hyperventilating because guests were about to arrive for a holiday get-together and nothing was ready, including me. "You told me that, remember?"
You would have thought I asked them for a candy-free Halloween next year... especially when I handed my 9-year-old the toilet bowl brush.
Children model what they see, and when they see you immersed in a book, they will learn to place the same value on reading.
Second in the series: 8 Moves to Make 2015 Your Best Year Yet I confess I learn slowly. How about you? I'm not talking about picking up a...
A new year. Countless opportunities to get more of what you want in life. Exciting thought, eh? So what do you really want? If you're the parent of a tween or teen, I'm guessing you might want a healthier relationship with your child.
As parents, it's damn hard to sit back and let our kids suffer disappointment, heartache, pain, fear, and rejection. It's a tough swallow to allow other people to treat our kids in ways inconsistent with our own worldview, albeit ultimately for their own good. Nevertheless, to truly prepare our kids for the real world, we must know when it's time to step out of the way.
This is your year, ladies! Just don't make it all about you. TEAM MOM 2015!
If you feel the desire to reflect on the year that was, here is a simple 10-minute way of celebrating and releasing 2014. Three simple questions for y...
By reflecting on moments that happened in your life, externally and internally, you get deep into your subconscious and reassess whether your goals are in line with your priorities and values.
My son was helping make up the weekly shopping list. His items included Oreos, chips, tomato soup and-surprisingly-Weight Watchers meals. I told him that he really did not need to eat diet foods. He answered, "I know; those are for you."
Your answers have come from your true self, your heart, who you are -- and that means you can count on your plan, trust it, and let it guide you toward making the changes and achieving the results you care about mos
After falling for my own trick over and over, I finally saw it as what it was. I see that if I wait until everything is perfect to experience celebration and joy, I'd have a better chance sleeping in a mountain cave hoping to be kissed by a prince.