Archive for March, 2008

Road Signs for Success – March 26, 2008

By Sondra Whitt Clients hire us not just because they see a need to change but because they don’t know how to go about it or they’re not sure exactly what changes to make. Why are we able to help them? In addition to our expertise one of the things we’re able to bring to the party is objectivity. Since we are not emotionally invested we’re able to help them devise a step-by-step plan for change and then to offer guidance, support and encouragement along the way.

March 26th, 2008 at 8:19pm

Road Signs for Success – March 19, 2008

By Kay Caldwell A few years ago when I was still with Southwest Airlines I hired Jim Whitt to speak at a meeting for my reservation managers. At the time I didn’t realize what an impact this connection would have on my life. A couple of years later I left Southwest after spending 22 years of my life there and was asking the question of, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” I was sharing my dilemma with Jim and he told me I needed a copy of his book, The Transformational Power of Purpose: Finding &… Read More

March 19th, 2008 at 8:47pm

Road Signs for Success – March 12, 2008

By Paula Lau Even though we live in the city there are many greenbelts around our neighborhood where I have spotted wild animals that inhabit the area. Now admittedly, most were lying rather uncomfortably in the street. But I have seen some walking upright including possum, raccoon and even a coyote. As I was out walking a couple of weeks ago, I saw a tree that bore all the marks of the fine workmanship of a very dedicated beaver. The beaver had honed that tree to the point where you could put your whole hand right around what was remaining… Read More

March 12th, 2008 at 9:35am

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

By Sondra Whitt Here is the book I referenced in this week’s Road Sign for Success. It’s a small book that contains a lot of wisdom regarding “a practical guide to personal freedom.”

March 6th, 2008 at 12:10pm

Road Signs for Success – March 5, 2008

By Sondra Whitt There are a couple of things that every person I know struggles with in one way or another — self-limiting beliefs and self-defeating behaviors. Most of the time the things they’re struggling with aren’t obvious unless they tell you about them. On the other hand, sometimes the things they’re struggling with are obvious to everyone except the person who is struggling! In my experience as a life coach, I’ve found that most of the time a person’s struggles are a result of underlying beliefs about themselves that are holding them back from really living the life they… Read More

March 6th, 2008 at 12:05am