Dec 31 2019

Two Great Questions

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills

Well Happy 2020!   I will keep this brief ;0)   If you’re looking for my annual “Take on the Year” approach, here’s my Dec 18, 2019 blog.    If you’d like a couple questions to consider for yourself, here’s what I reflected on yesterday:   Question 1 – What activity makes you lose track

Dec 18 2019

Our Annual End-of-Year WOWs &WANTs Wrap Up

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills

Good Morning! Following my tradition since 2013, this is my last blog of the year and it’s about capturing what’s been done this year and what’s ahead. I call this approach my WOWs and Wants. For those of you who have been on my reader list from the start – I know this is now

Dec 10 2019

Making Christmas what you want it to be

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills

Struggling with the commercialism of Christmas? Wondering when the “magical moments and quality time with special people” begins.   Last November I read The White Envelope story and it challenged me to make additional changes to our family time and traditions at Christmas. This year the boys have both made a white envelope so Christmas

Dec 3 2019

Reflection is Retention

posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals, Self Help

Working with coaching clients, sometimes their homework may including making the time to journal on a specific topic to deepen the reflection.   Sometimes people question the importance and the impact of journaling.  Recently I was reading the book The Coaching Habit:  Say Less, Ask More and Change the way you Lead Forever by Michael