What are Company Values, & What Are AGL's Values?

Values are your soul print. They are an expression of your deepest and truest self. We never operate apart from our values, but oftentimes our values go unnoticed or unexpressed. We don’t take the time to stop, listen to ourselves, and dig into the things that make up the most important parts of our being.

December 07, 2021

What Is Coaching?

There are business coaches, life coaches, academic coaches, and coaches for just about everything else in our modern world, but what do all of these coaches have in common? What do they actually do? What IS coaching, and why should you care? Well, if we drill down to the most basic concept that modern-day coaching is founded upon – the fundamental meaning behind the surge of new coaches joining the industry – we find that it boils down to one powerful word: connection.

November 15, 2021

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

And just like that, December is here, and the year 2020 is drawing to a close. For so many people and for so many reasons, 2020 has been a trying and tiring year. It's encouraging to us that despite everything else that happened in 2020 - or, perhaps *because* of everything else that happened - this December truly could be the most wonderful time of this year: a month to rest, recharge, and regroup. Here are 4 ways you can begin that process of resting, recharging, and regrouping for yourself, your team, and your family. A process whereby we can acknowledge and then release 2020 and prepare to enter 2021 with renewed focus and energy.

December 03, 2020

How to Create a Conducive Home Office

What is a home office? A room with a desk, a computer, and your college diploma hanging on the wall? Or a spot on the couch, close to an outlet, with a good view of the TV? With remote work becoming the norm, a home office can longer be the place where your to-do list goes to rot. It’s time to make a space that’s actually conducive to your 40+ hour a week job, and with these few tips, perhaps it’s even possible to create a space that’s better than any workplace you’ve sat in before.

October 21, 2020

Critical Tips for Working from Home

From organizing your workspace to organizing your schedule — it takes time to get used to working from home, but once you do, it’s well worth it! Here are a few important tips when it comes to creating a work from home environment that works for you!

August 27, 2020

How to Develop a Growth Mindset

Today, we’re talking all things growth mindset — what it is, how to develop it, and how to fight the fixed mindset we are all prey to!

August 14, 2020

How to Lead Well in Times of Crisis and Uncertainty

Leading well is easy when times are good. When things are going well and there is plenty of financial buffer and people look up to you, leading can feel easy. The challenge in leadership comes when everything falls apart and you are standing there wondering what just hit and your people are looking to you -- YOU -- to make decisions, to be creative, to explore new options, and most importantly, to not fall apart in the midst of the crisis.

July 03, 2020

Why Every Great Leader Needs A Great Coach

Here are four reasons it’s time to start investing in an executive coach today!

July 01, 2020

Can Positive Emotions Impact Racism?

Can positive emotions impact racism? What I am saying is that we need a new brain. We need a new way of thinking, doing, and being better. We need to listen to understand and be willing to change our minds from time to time. We need to see things from another’s perspective. We need to break down our limiting beliefs about ourselves, our world, and others.

June 19, 2020

8 Fun and Creative Ways to Show Your Team Some Love During COVID-19

Being too busy, not knowing where to start, or simply not caring — these are just a few of the typical roadblocks in the way of leaders showing meaningful appreciation to their employees. However, with COVID-19 and the growth in flexible work environments, leaders are facing a new challenge — how to show appreciation from a distance! We’ve put together a list of 8 creative ideas for showing your team members some love and appreciation from afar!

May 24, 2020

How to Have the Most Engaging Zoom Team Meetings

Here are our tips for how to have the most engaging team meeting over Zoom!

April 29, 2020


Sometimes, we simply require someone to show up in our life and challenge us. This morning, a coach asked me what would happen if instead of planning my new routine, I just committed to that routine every day for a week.

September 25, 2018


The stillness of the morning is where I find renewal and success. Most studies or articles on successful people show that they consistently wake up early to achieve the most in their day.

September 23, 2018


I recently realized how much joy and happiness in my life simply depends on my perspective.

August 19, 2018


I get it. In the world of fast food and instant information, anything that takes time seems to be frowned upon.

August 12, 2018


Fairy tales are more than true,” says G.K. Chesterton. “Not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us the dragons can be beaten.

August 09, 2018


Love, they think, means that you never take a stand. Love means that you focus too much on grace and not enough on goals.

August 08, 2018


This past week, I spent time in the mountains west of Colorado Springs.

August 05, 2018


Most days, it's easy to wake up and feel the pressure to DO.

August 02, 2018


It’s an amazing thing about the human condition that we scarcely start one thing before we are asking “what’s next?” Not “how can I enjoy this experience” or “how can I learn through this process.”

August 01, 2018


We use the words ‘well,’ ‘wellness’, ‘health,’ so often these days. What does it look like to live a ‘well’ life? How do we know we are operating in healthy ways?

July 31, 2018


Coaching is all about mindsets and perspective shifts. What happens when we let go of expectations or the things we have ‘always’ wanted? At least in my life, I am discovering that when I let go, joy follows more fully.

July 30, 2018


I read an article this morning about how running a business often finds us more constrained than simply going to an 8-5pm job and getting paid for the work.

July 29, 2018


Life is funny. Sometimes, the pressure, the expectations, the fear can be so overwhelming, you’re not sure how to overcome it and move forward with lightness and joy.

July 26, 2018


An important lesson when navigating life is learning to appreciate the incredible value of rhythms, habits, and routines.

July 25, 2018


For months, I’ve been struggling with what task management app I should use. I tried Trello, Asana, looked at, even made my own spreadsheet (I love spreadsheets).

July 24, 2018


I just finished assessing my own coaching for my next (and potentially world’s hardest) coaching certification. And based on my own assessment, I… have no idea if I’ll pass or not.

July 23, 2018


For a few months, my team has been planning some Colorado summer adventures… starting with climbing a 14er.

July 22, 2018


I’ve realized that certain tasks will always expand the time allotted to them. That means I’m best off when I can assign those tasks to a limited period of time and I have to get it done.

July 19, 2018


Several people have recently asked me what my “normal” day looks like.

July 18, 2018


This morning, my yoga practice focused around the word Surrender. If I thought the word itself was hard-hitting, that paled in comparison to her definition, which was “working hard in a way where you are completely unattached to the results.”

July 17, 2018


I love this article written by a guy who retired early and everything he loves about it. He was especially surprised that Mondays became his best day of the week and that he naturally woke up early.

July 16, 2018


I've been realizing lately what happens when our perspective shifts.

July 15, 2018