Posts in category "heart"

Be Your Naked Self This Summer

Be Your Naked Self This Summer
How much time do you spend thinking about how you look, how you appear to others, what others might think about you or how you can meet other’s expectations? How many hours do you get caught up in perfecting the art of looking good, appropriate and acceptable? What would happen if we all considered ourselves... Read more »

Yo Yo Ma, The Chicago Children's Choir and Peace on Earth

Yo Yo Ma, The Chicago Children's Choir and Peace on Earth
Last week, as Yo Yo Ma play his famous cello at the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, 3,400 children from Chicago neighborhoods sang in the background, and I felt hope for the future. It was the kind of hope that only innocence and the universal language of music can bring. Watching the joyful and buoyant Artistic Director, Josephine Lee,... Read more »

A Car Accident and Thanksgiving

A Car Accident and Thanksgiving
Smiling over my shoulder at my daughter’s funny comment, for a split second I took my eye off the road. The light had turned green, so I was preparing to accelerate.  My foot was not even on the gas pedal when my car bumped into the stock still bumper in front of me. I inhaled... Read more »
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Consuming Again after a Social Media Fast

Consuming Again after a Social Media Fast
I have been “off the grid” most of this summer, as I dedicate my non-consulting and non-intuitive reading time to completing my new book, Mapping a New Reality, and two Series video on Intuitive Intelligence. Now that both are getting their nails and hair done in the book/video production lounge, readying for their red carpet appearance... Read more »

Four Ways 2012 Will Support Your Success

Four Ways 2012 Will Support Your Success
After a record breaking number of clients and colleagues reported breakdowns of every kind in 2011 – from  job and income loss, to the loss of  a loved one. I am heartened to observe and support the beginning of client reconstruction, new paths and expansions as 2012 unfolds. There is a buzz in the air and... Read more »

Leading from the Heart

Leading from the Heart
“I can’t find the middle of my head!” said one of the participants. “Nothing happens for me when I finally did find the middle of my head!” complained another. “Then go to your heart,” I replied., “to that place where only you and the God of your heart – Whoever or Whatever that is for you-... Read more »
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Robert Scherer Defines Heartfelt Leadership

Last week I said, “Mom, I’m going to ask Bobbie if I can visit her in Ohio next Wednesday.” Bobbie is a gracious hostess, extending every kindness. She remains sensitive to everyone else’s comfort, even as she has been tending to her husband’s care for over six months in hospice at home.  Bobbie has always... Read more »

From Liberation Square - Egypt is FREE!

Transformation is a process that starts with someone challenging the status quo. A street vendor set himself on fire to protest Egypt’s inequitable and disrespectful social climate.One man ignited the angry hearts of those who agreed with him, but didn’t have the courage or means to speak out. There was anger and rage as crowds... Read more »

Grace in Tragedy

When my uncle died of a massive heart attack while driving this past weekend, one of his sons, who was in the passenger seat, said it was as if someone helped him put his foot on the brake and steer the car to safely at the side of the road. John said that all at... Read more »
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The Business of You: Meaningful Work

Many of my clients feel stifled and frozen in their high level corporate positions, afraid to leave the golden handcuffs that keep them bound to something that does not feed their soul. Finding meaning at work doesn’t just mean changing jobs, it means getting to know yourself differently. Clients and colleagues who have slowly morphed... Read more »