Musings on Trust and Father’s Day

Random musings on trust and Father’s Day… Dad’s have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to be a role model of trustworthy behavior. Let’s not blow it!… Young children need an environment of safety and security to develop a healthy sense of trust. Dads can help cultivate that environment by keeping their commitments. Kids need to know without […]

How To Tell Someone You Don’t Trust Them Without Destroying The Relationship

Addressing low trust in a relationship is a challenging issue. As soon as the “t” word—trust—is mentioned, emotions start to rise, defensiveness climbs, and people begin to feel uneasy about where the conversation is headed. When I conduct workshops on building trust, participants often ask me for advice about how they can tell someone they […]

Career Zingers 28: Don’t Lose Your Head

Engage with Equanimity Equanimity is mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation. Alexander Zverev, a powerful young German tennis player, uses a Head racket and lost his “head” on the court with a smash in tennis that was not pretty, especially for his head and his Head racket. On your […]