Author Archive for: Susan Steinbrecher
Susan Steinbrecher, executive coach, licensed mediator, speaker and author, is CEO of Steinbrecher And Associates, Inc., a management consulting firm that provides professional-development services in the areas of executive coaching, group facilitation and customer and leadership training.
Susan’s Amazon bestselling book KENSHO: A Modern Awakening, Instigating Change in an Era of Global Renewal is a business book that delves into the realm of personal development. She is also the co-author of: Heart-Centered Leadership: Lead Well, Live Well (Second Edition, February, 2014 release); Roadmap to Success; and Straight Talk from America’s Top 10 Speakers.
Susan is a Huffington Post Business blogger and has also been a featured expert on MSNBC Your Business, Good Day Dallas, Texas Living and the John Tesh Radio Network, Fortune Small Business magazine, Woman’s Day, Dallas Business Journal, CBSMoneyWatch.com, CNBC.com and CNNMoney.com.
Entries by Susan Steinbrecher
I believe true happiness must come from within. And in order to “make peace” within ourselves, we must try our best to live in the moment, every moment of the day. Mastering the art of living in the moment takes courage. Having awareness of the fact that most of our thoughts are held captive in the past or anxiously awaiting the future is the first step to freedom. How do we live in the moment? By awakening to the present, clearing away our illusions or the “dust in our eyes” that cloud our ability to see what is real. Here… Read more.
Gordon Dean, former head of the Atomic Energy Commission, scrawled the following quote on the back of an envelope found beside him after his death in a plane crash. Never judge people, don’t type them too quickly, but in a pinch, always assume that a man is good and that at worst he is in the gray area between good and bad. Wise words, realized only hours — possibly moments — before Mr. Dean tragically died. If you are reading this, then hopefully you have the luxury of more life to live — and to learn a valuable lesson from… Read more.
By Susan Steinbrecher. The times are strange and out of joint. It’s in the air. We can sense with disquiet that the balance of things is shifting. Even the weather seems disordered and in flux. The old order is faltering, and we look at the world around us with alarm and confusion. Many of us feel weary and overwhelmed, unsure of how to cope with everything that’s happening. Often the path to positive change comes through a crisis. When our lives are spinning out of control, we finally pay attention. While no one wants to endure these hardships, if we… Read more.
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