by Esther C. Bleuel | Jun 18, 2019
I welcome and appreciate your engagement and feedback about my new website featuring my new career focus as an executive conflict coach as well as for my book, Getting Unstuck, Experience the Joy of Finishing Strong.
I’m eager … Read the rest
by Esther C. Bleuel | Apr 24, 2018
All we can do is all we can do, within our individual sphere of influence. Because many things in life are out of our control, it’s important to determine whether we have the ability to effect change in any situation.… Read the rest
by Esther C. Bleuel | Mar 6, 2018
When things go wrong for someone, saying “I’m sorry” expresses your care or concern about something that is not your doing. For instance, “I’m sorry to hear that you had that terrible flu.” “I’m sorry that you had a flat … Read the rest
by Esther C. Bleuel | Jan 13, 2018
In her beautiful poem, “The Summer Day,” Mary Oliver asks, “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” How about you? Do you want to leave it to chance, sort of blowing … Read the rest
by Esther C. Bleuel | Dec 15, 2017
Laughter is a really good thing! When I discovered that the legendary Chicago-based company Second City teaches workplace skills through improv, I was ready to sign up.
A bit of a search took me to a site called Big Think… Read the rest