Are you a parent? Or grandparent? Do you want your kids (or grandkids) to know freedom from money challenges – to be financially savvy kids? Check out the previous podcast – for you, before you talk to your kids. Then check this out. We’d love to have a conversation with you about this. Call us… Read more »
Tag: couples coach
Gratitude & Appreciation
What results do you experience when you apply Gratitude & Appreciation in your relationship at home? For many couples we coach, this is not a normal, or even easy mode of operation. Yet, it can become a “best practice,” but only if you want to experience greater happiness, joy, satisfaction, and love. We invite you… Read more »
Why Have a Personal Retreat
People ask us, “Why do you take the time to have a personal retreat?” We find that what works in business, works in our personal relationship. There is huge value in having focused time, with an agenda, to have honest, open dialogue and to ensure we create our lives by our design. Check it out…. Read more »
Caring Creates Communication: 3 principles for happiness
How does caring affect communication? I invite you to notice similarities in the next 4 paragraphs? When coaching with couples, typically a huge amount of time is invested supporting them to create strategies to communicate effectively, so both people feel heard, understood, and cared for. When coaching executives and entrepreneurs, typically a huge amount of… Read more »
2 Unkept Secrets For Lasting Happiness
In speaking engagements or workshops, I’ll occasionally ask, “Who would like a bit more happiness?” I’ve never met anyone who replied, “No, I’ve got enough happiness. I don’t want any more.” I believe that happiness can be measured on a continuum from 1 to 10, with 10 being extreme happiness, maybe described as bliss. In… Read more »
What Small Things Positively Affect Your Relationship?
Are you looking for a silver bullet? Something that will fix your relationship right now, or yesterday? Relationships are much like business. Overnight success takes 10 or 20 years. What seemingly small things do you do everyday (or regularly) that work for you? Please share them in the comments section so we can have a… Read more »
Is Your Relationship Losing The Device War?
Walking in West Edmonton Mall recently, we were more acutely aware of the device war that seems to be escalating in our society. This device war is destroying intimate relationships, families, communities, businesses, and maybe the world (based on what we see and hear about our political leaders). A new-age world war, maybe? What do… Read more »
How Are You Caring For The Soil In Your Relationship?
Hey, don’t let your mind wander as you read the title. I’m defining soil as what your relationship grows in, not the …… well, you know. Although we don’t farm full-time anymore, we graze and market some natural grass-fed beef on our property. We’ve got a genuine and respectful attachment to nature, and a concern… Read more »
Finally Retired, And Now You Want A Divorce???
Divorce rates within the older population are rising. Dang! Based on historical research, Statistics Canada projected the life expectancy for the Canadian population in 2017 to be 79 years for men and 83 years for women. I have no idea if their projections were accurate, however, we know that people are living a heck of… Read more »
Job Jar: A simple family tool for empowerment, collaboration, pride, and fun
When coaching with couples (especially those with young children), we often hear concerns about household tasks that don’t get done, or resentment about which person needs to do them. The resentments are often due to unmet and uncommunicated expectations about “the way it should be.” Yet, at the core, these parents usually share a common… Read more »