I work with difficult conversations in families, in businesses and where the two intersect.
Conflict in families, in business and with yourself is inevitable. But, you do have a choice as to how you respond to it.
Working together, we can recover the energy currently drained by conflicts and struggle to renewed energy that fuels your productivity and your relationships.
With conflicts resolved, you find freedom.
Conversations improve. And, the quality of your conversations determines the quality of your life.
It's not your fault.
But, it IS your responsibility.
There IS a way to deal with it so that you can get unstuck.
You can BE the change you want to see in your life.
“That’s just how it is,” says my friend about his family. Is that what you believe about your family also? Or is it with work where you say, “Well, that’s life.” I get it. We don’t know it can be any different. For me,…
Last spring when things were starting to open up in California, one of my clients had a dilemma. Two of his key employees did not feel so keen or so safe coming back to work. And the owners in the business, his parents, were…
Too often we believe that these relationships are stuck, and we wait, hope for the other person to change.
We want them to see how they are wrong, how they are hurting us so that they can change their behavior.