On of the greatest compliments I have ever had from a client is that in our relationship, I was a great mirror for him.
The mirror is an inexpensive tool all those seeking improved self esteem have at their disposal. It is a tool I often make a primary one in working with others.
Read on from a great article just published in his “Idea Engineer” by my mentor and friend, Dr. Randin Brons.
The face in the mirror
"Our inability to see beauty doesn't suggest in the slightest that beauty is not there. Rather, it suggests that we are not looking carefully enough or with broad enough perspective to see the beauty." -- Rabbi Harold Kushner

Who are you? You can gaze at your reflection in a mirror but you're not likely to see your true likeness. You are beautiful, unique, perfect. Do you see that?

The world needs you to see how whole and complete you are -- now. Can you begin to own your divinity? The world needs you to know who you really are so you can be the mirror for others.

"I do only want to advise you to keep growing quietly and seriously throughout your whole development; you cannot disturb it more rudely than by looking outward and expecting from outside replies to questions that only your inmost feeling in your most hushed hour can perhaps answer." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

"The sun shines not on us but in us. The rivers flow not past, but through us, thrilling, tingling, vibrating every fiber and cell of the substance of our bodies, making them glide and sing." -- John Muir
Need some help to gain the perspective to see the beauty in you? That’s what coaching is about. Learn how to see through the mirror to that divine you. Let the sun shine brilliantly “In” you. ( and

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Master Life and Addictions Coach certified and accredited certification through ICF