Archive for Sherry Lowry

10 Critical Beliefs

28th Apr 16. 0 Comments

I’ve never had a client who needs a stronger weakness.  We concentrate on what works. Define what’s enough vs. what’s more than enough.  Figure out what’s enough for you — time, space, energy, and money, relationship, community, rest and relaxation, stimulation, and challenge.  Deep change happens in a heartbeat.  It’s maintaining it that takes effort. [Continue Reading…]


22nd Apr 16. 0 Comments

Vision:  Give yourself the freedom to choose  I grew up in Houston, Texas, the only child of parents who owned and ran a corner drug store from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.  One of my parents had to be in the store 15 hours a day, day in and day out. [Continue Reading…]

Change: The Willingness To Think Differently

30th Sep 13. 0 Comments

The Willingness to Think Differently   Post written by Leo Babauta. I can summarize the most successful people I’ve ever known with one trait: the willingness to challenge mainstream ideas. This has been the key to everything good in my life too: I changed my health and drastically reduced my carbon footprint when I stopped eating like [Continue Reading…]

How To Use Headlines To Get To “One Thought”

26th Sep 13. 0 Comments

How To Use Headlines To Get To “One Thought” by Sean D’Souza Haven’t you stood in the wrong supermarket queue before? Every other queue seems to move ahead, but no, you had to pick the wrong queue. And there you are stuck as ever, cursing your luck. Because even though you’re in no hurry to [Continue Reading…]

Does Change Really HAVE To Be Difficult?

26th Sep 13. 0 Comments

Change Contributed with permission: @Robert W. Gunn & The Most people assume that change has to be difficult. But it can be as simple as having a different thought, and then choosing to act on it. The sages say that nothing endures but change. That is certainly true in the natural world: seasons change; continents move, [Continue Reading…]

Competencies: Skills Can Trump Passion

20th Sep 13. 0 Comments

How Skills Really Do Trump Passion Passion simply is not something you can track down, harpoon, and haul home. This may be quite alarming to those who have bought into the myth that Passion is something that either finds you, or you “find” it, then act on accordingly. Cal Newport gets my vote when he [Continue Reading…]

Two Ears – One Mouth: Are You Listening?

18th Sep 13. 0 Comments

Two Ears and Only One Mouth: Are You Listening? by Sherry Lowry/The Lowry Group It has been said that there is a reason why humans have been given two ears and only one mouth. Listening is a crucial activity yet one we devote so little effort to improving. It is essential for building healthy relationships [Continue Reading…]

Deeper Listening = Reflective Listening

7th Mar 13. 0 Comments

Reflective Listening  Contributed with permission: The How you listen can be as important as what you hear. Reflective listening enables insights and creativity. (Contributed with permission for downloading: The ReflectiveListening072406

7 Habits of Highly Prolific Writers

9th Jan 13. 0 Comments

7 Habits of Highly Prolific Writers by Henri Junttila Are you eager to write? People call me prolific. Yet I don’t spend all day writing. You don’t have to go “full-time” to be a prolific writer. And in this article you’ll see why. It comes down to being efficient. Knowing what to do, when to [Continue Reading…]