"* The Curse of the Good Girl erects a psychological glass ceiling that begins its destructive sprawl in childhood and extends across the female life span, stunting the growth of skills and habits essential to becoming a strong woman. * The Good Girl was academically successful. smart and driven, pretty and kind. But she was... Continue Reading →
A little over a year ago, I was trying to fit all my responsibilities, plans, wishes and chores into the coming weeks and months. I worked to create a more-or-less reasonable day where I would feel a semblance of progress in both work and house chores, and have time and energy to spend with children.... Continue Reading →
A book, which is a classic in the money world, recently opened the door to the new reality for me. The reality we never hear about in our many years of studies! "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki tells in plain language how money works, challenges many commonly held assumptions and beliefs about education,... Continue Reading →
In this video I take a look at the widely-met misconception about coaching, clarify what it really is, and briefly summarize the roles of coach and client in the coaching process.
It has been a long journey for me from being a scientist to becoming a coach for scientists. On a journey from not knowing what coaching is and does to becoming a certified coach myself, there were a lot of questions to ask and answer, and terms to define. And it is totally understandable that... Continue Reading →