When I meet with a client in our initial session, one of the first things I tell them is: “I will never give you an assignment that I have not done, or am not willing to do, myself.” Over the years, I have designed a multitude of exercises that help my clients learn more about themselves and their situations, grow as people and professionals, and achieve whatever we are setting out to create through the coaching process. To follow are links to a number of useful articles and exercises from my blog, Judah Buddha.


An Honest Self-Assessment – Being Proactive Versus Reactive

Values -- Awareness, Choice, Alignment

360 Feedback from People in Your Life

How Do I Know What I Think Until I Hear What I Say?

Your Inner Critic is a Liar


Asking for a Raise or Promotion: What’s in it for THEM?

A Win-Win Sales Approach

The 6 Cs: The Purpose of a Business Plan


Are You Really Listening? Probably Not.

Communication: Defining Roles and Asking for What You Need


Key to Effectiveness: Time/Energy Management

Taking Action: Before You Do, Start with Be

What Are You Tolerating?

The Value of Saying NO

Planning Your Procrastination

Insight and Perspective

Integrity: Honoring Your Word As Yourself

Gratitude: What's Present vs. What's Missing

You Are Exactly Where You Are Supposed To Be…

You Win Because You Say So

Planning and Choice

The New Year: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Setting Intentions: Choosing Versus Reacting

Decision-Making: No-Win or No-Lose

Suffering Is A Habit


Love Has Many Languages

The Relationship Compact: Define and Redefine


Make Self-ishness a Priority

Self-Care: Pause and Refuel

Practicing “Being” –- Access to the Present Moment

The Morning Workshop


“All you need is deep within you waiting to unfold and reveal itself. All you have to do is be still and take time to seek for what is within, and you will surely find it."

— Eileen Cady