"When patterns are broken, new worlds will emerge."

- Tuli Kupferberg

Over 21 years, I've worked with more than 1,000 individuals, executives, business owners, and high-potential professionals to help them significantly increase their productivity, profitability, and life balance.

I can help you do the same.

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I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Doug Gfeller of The Coaching Perspective recently, about “Building an Online Audience.” I’ve split the interview into short segments and will be posting them here over the next few weeks. If you want to hear the whole thing straight away, you can visit my Podcasts page. In […]

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I’m thrilled to announce that my book The Quotable Coach: Daily Nuggets of Practical Wisdom is now available. If you’ve been waiting eagerly for this announcement, here’s where you can get a hot-off-the-press copy: Ebook: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, or your local Amazon store. Paperback: My CreateSpace eStore. If you’re purchasing the paperback version via my CreateSpace eStore, […]

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I’ve become a bit of a regular guest on Chris Holman’s radio show, Michigan Business Beat. A couple of weeks ago, we discussed time management – one of the biggest issues facing many people who hire a coach. In this 6-minute interview, we cover: My workbook, Time Management Strategies and Tactics (you can get a […]

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I’ve been interviewed again by Chris Holman of Michigan Business Beat. We had a wide-ranging discussion, centering on coaching within the business world. In this six-minute interview, Chris and I discuss: “Soft skills for hard times” and how many people were let go in 2008-9 who had technical competencies but didn’t possess the softer skills […]

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I was interviewed recently on Michigan Business Network’s “Business Beat” show by Chris Holman. We discussed: What I do as a coach, and the purpose of coaching. The importance of focusing on strengths versus weaknesses. The key areas I concentrate on with clients: communications, relationship-building, leadership / management, and coaching. The current economy and a […]

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This is an excerpt from my appearance on BlogTalkRadio’s show On the Dean’s List, with host Dean la Douceur. In this five minute clip, Dean and I talk about: Hitting a plateau in your journey toward your goals – and what you can do about it. The concept of “creative tension” and what this means when you’re […]

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This is an excerpt from my appearance on BlogTalkRadio’s show On the Dean’s List, with host Dean la Douceur. In this seven minute clip, we discuss: My work coaching other coaches (you can find out more about this here). The coaching business and what you should look for when bringing in an outside consultant or coach. How […]

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This is an excerpt from my appearance on BlogTalkRadio’s show On the Dean’s List, with host Dean la Douceur. In this five minute clip, we discuss: How relationships create opportunities and entry points. Sending hand-written letters and thank-you notes – and why this is so powerful. The amount of choice we have today – and […]

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This is a seven-minute excerpt from my appearance on BlogTalkRadio’s show On the Dean’s List, with host Dean la Douceur. In it, Dean and I discuss: The quote “When patterns are broken, new worlds will emerge.” The blocks to change – what holds us back (e.g. fear of loss). Top issues that clients seek my support with […]

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I had the pleasure of being interviewed on the Michigan Business Network’s radio show “Association Impact” last week. During the discussion, I answered questions such as: What kind of process do you use when working with executives? What makes a coaching process more effective than training alone? What does a typical coaching relationship look like […]

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