We all get vulnerable at one point although we hate to admit it. I was reminded of my own vulnerability in a local hospital the other day. Maria, my life partner’s uncle (favorite uncle) had gotten a stroke. This ugly moment gave me a vivid reminder of what my mother had gone through for 6 […]
I try to keep fit by cycling 3 times per week. I live so close to a forest that in 20 seconds I am one with nature. If I’m lucky, I will occasionally see a deer from a distance or even family of wild boar and of course a whole bunch of street dogs. There […]
Hire smarter people than you are!
Paul Renaud moderating an Evernote Meetup with Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote on November 7th, 2012 I get the chance to meet and moderate interesting people. Phil Libin, CEO or Evernote (www.evernote.com) was in town and I was asked to moderate an Evernote meetup. I like to get to meet/know […]
Coach: Change Catalyst
The word Coach is not new to anyone. We all have personal experiences with a Coach at one time or another. The Coach was my friend’s father when I played Baseball and Hockey when I was 9 years old. When I was 16, my Basketball Coach was closer to my age yet I still respected […]
Reading…food for the soul
I was pleased to hear that one of my coaching clients who had attended my presentation on setting 2012 Objectives wanted to use his iPhone to take a picture of a recent book that I am reading called What got you here won’t get you there, by Marshall Goldsmith. I asked him – why the […]