My father kept yelling ONE word...

When I was a teenager,  I remember a distinct day in Autumn, when I was outside with my father and two siblings getting firewood ready to fuel our wood-burning stove for the upcoming winter. 

The game-plan was straight forward. My father was in charge of splitting the logs with an ax while my siblings and I created a human chain to transport and stack the accumulating pieces near the back door of our home. 

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Gail Kreitzer
Transforming the Employee Experience

Recently, I was invited to contribute an article to a quarterly report published by the Prime Services Business Consulting division of Wells Fargo in NYC. I share my perspective on how fostering a more holistic approach to mental organization is another way to cultivate mindfulness and efficiency.

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Gail Kreitzer
Do we ever actually CHANGE?

Recently, I reconnected with a long lost, beloved friend I made during Freshman year of college. You know the kind I'm talking about. The kind of friend you instantly bond with even though all you initially know about them is that they have the same exact backpack, a halo of hair you'd kill for and don't know how to get to the cafeteria either

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Are you a head case?

Last weekend I felt unhinged by the vast amount of weeds popping up in our front yard. So, I organized a Sunday "weeding party" with my kids while my husband trimmed the shrubs. It wasn't easy. Well, that's not entirely true. The weeding part was a piece of cake, but getting our girls to pitch in was much more challenging.

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Gail Kreitzer
Have you asked yourself this question?

"What's on fire?” I like to pose this question to my coaching clients after they have fully unpacked their heads and begin to wonder how in the world they are going to prioritize their endless tasks and thoughts. Some clients ask me to clarify.

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Gail Kreitzer