Do you need a plan?
Are you overwhelmed by your decisions?
Do you feel stuck?
Would you like to achieve more and live better?
Decision coaching can help.
If you’re interested in my coaching services, you can schedule an initial phone call here on my online calendar , and I will be happy to chat with you and answer any questions you may have. Or if you’re ready to start working with me, you can schedule a first session at my office in Portland – I’ll look forward to meeting with you!
Latest Blog Posts
Somehow it became a summer tradition of this blog: here’s my latest list of book recommendations (you can see the lists from previous years here). As usual, they all have something to do with
I’m excited to share the publication of a new research paper from a collaboration with my colleagues Raffaella Misuraca, Francesco Ceresia, and Palmira Faraci in the journal “Mind and
Could you make your job better by becoming an intrapreneur? Intrapreneurship means to think and work like entrepreneur, even though you are still a part of a large organization.
For example, you
Do you want to give your productivity a boost? This three-step intervention can help you diagnose and beat some of your most persistent procrastination habits.
Step 1 – Assessment: Diagnose the
What are some of the most common procrastination triggers? Finding out why you procrastinate will help you tackle each problem one by one.Read more ›
Whether a career transition is one of your own choosing or one that is done to you, beware of a premature rush to job search tactics.…Read more ›
Our most natural – and laziest – way to think about decisions is to see them as “either/or” questions:
“Should I do this, or that?”
In other words, we act as if were in a
I’m in Palermo right now, attending a conference about community decisions. I was invited to give a talk about how to make better decisions in imperfect communities, and this video gives you
Another hopefully long and beautiful summer is coming up, and my intention is to spend a lot of it productively: reading. Preferably in a hammock. If you feel the same, here comes my new list of
If you want to achieve goals, one of the most effective things you can do is to measure and track your progress.
There are many ways to do that, and it turns out they are all helpful.…Read