Last year, I worked for six months with a client who diagnosed himself with “imposter syndrome”. He had a number of skill sets. He appeared to have a pretty high I.Q. His E.Q. appeared to be way above average. He had a good job that paid well. But he hankered for something more, and different…

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I had a client who was with me for about three years.  A senior leader in a high profile position, well respected, making lots of money, doing well by anyone’s standards.  Including her own.  But she had hired a coach because she knew she had more to learn about being a better leader.  About raising…

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