Entries by Amy

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This may take a few minutes to process

Typically, I’m a patient person. When others have talked about me as a co-worker, trainer, family member or friend, the majority of the time they say, “Amy is so patient.” While I’m grateful for the positive comments….my comment to myself is, “PLUTTH!” Finding that as I work on developing my business, my patience runs thin. […]

Lessons Learned from a Mentor

Today is a special remembrance day for me.  It has been 12 years since my mentor, Faith Miller Cole, passed away.  There are so many ways she helped me develop early on in my young professional career.  I was Faith’s administrative assistant back in the day.  Undecided in a career path after having spent a […]

A Tree Tells a Story

We each may have our holiday traditions this time of year and our family is no exception. Growing up, it was so exciting to get out the Christmas decorations and transform our home into a festive site with colors of reds and greens prominently displayed. Santa Clause, reindeer, candy canes, mistletoe, Christmas wreaths and candles […]

John Wooden’s 7-Point Creed – #1

Recently I listened to a podcast interview that Tony Robbins did with legendary coach John Wooden many years back.  I knew a little about Coach Wooden from his coaching days at UCLA.  Having a passion for college basketball (being from the home of the UK Wildcats – Go Big Blue), I knew that Coach Wooden […]

Authenticity

  Attending a coaching meeting a few days ago, I was asked the question, “What was the reason you got into coaching and how do you want to use coaching to inspire others going forward?” My immediate response was that I got into coaching because I believe in helping people achieve their goals and empowering […]

Wonder

Recently seeing the movie Wonder, it got me wondering about some things, myself.  The movie, inspired by the novel written by R.J. Palacio, tells the story of a young boy, Auggie, who was born with a rare genetic facial disorder.  Roughly 600,000 people in the US have been diagnosed with this disorder.  The movie was […]