2020 Vision

2020 Vision

by Megan McDonough If your eyesight is normal, the doctor tells you that your vision is 20/20. That means that at 20 feet away, you can see an object clearly. I want to have 20/20 vision when it comes to seeing next year. I want 20/20 vision for a 2020 vision, clearly...
Your Work for the Next 20 Years

Your Work for the Next 20 Years

by Megan McDonough What do you have in mind for the next 20 years of work? This is the not-so-small question I’ve been asking myself. Twenty years ago, I set out on my authentic work—leaving a safe corporate job to bring yoga and mindfulness to more people to support...
Alumni Spotlight: Paula Sacco

Alumni Spotlight: Paula Sacco

by Suzee Connole Paula Sacco, MBA, CPCC, is a 2018 graduate of the Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology and also holds a certification in professional coaching. She specializes in helping women reinvent themselves after full-time parenting, and her coaching...
The Positive Running Ratio: Introducing a New Kind of PR

The Positive Running Ratio: Introducing a New Kind of PR

by Louis Cinquino Most of us can rattle off our Personal Records (PRs) at the common race distances as easily as we can recite our kids’ ages. I know I’ve broken 50 minutes in the 10K, beat four hours in the marathon, and was just under five minutes (age-graded) in...
Reflections on the Quest for Resilience

Reflections on the Quest for Resilience

by Maria Sirois A few years ago, my younger brother, John, a doctor, died after a 10-week struggle with pancreatic cancer. In October of 2010, he flew north from his home in North Carolina to celebrate my 50th birthday with me. Within four months, I found myself...
The Antidote to Adulthood

The Antidote to Adulthood

by Denise Riebman Fowler No one cautioned me that when you are lucky enough to marry the love of your life, surrounded by friends, family, and butterflies, and have an ice cream wedding cake, there will be a huge crash and burn when you return to regular life. I cried...