About Chris Griffin

Chris Griffin is a executive coach with a passion for wellness. He helps executives and senior management enhance their performance and their lives by pinpointing and changing self-defeating behaviors.

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Develop Self-Awareness For Long-Term Success

“Know Thyself.”  That’s pretty sage advice.  It must be to survive over two thousand years.  Many people take that advice for granted.  Of course they know themselves.  They know what they like to eat, the kind of movies they enjoy, or what they like to do for fun.  Some even know what they are good or […]

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Anxiety, Insecurity, and Procrastination

I recently wrote about the root causes of procrastination.  Many of us procrastinate at one time or another.  We also try to find ways to overcome that particular challenge.  It seems like it should be easy.  After all, there are certainly enough books out there telling us exactly what we need to do to get […]

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The Hidden Causes of Procrastination

“Procrastination, my old friend.  I’ve come to talk with you again.” ~(Apologies to Simon and Garfunkel)   It happens to all of us.  For some of us it can be a way of life.  We have a project that needs to get done.  We make a plan.  We’re just about to start and–oh what was that? […]

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Stop Micromanaging and Build a Better Team

Are you thrilled with your team’s performance?  Do they knock it out of the park everyday without any help from you?  If that’s the case–congratulations!  You have created a finely tuned machine all the other departments envy. However, if your team isn’t firing on all cylinders, you might be wondering how you could improve performance […]

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Mid-life Crisis or Crisis of Meaning?

We’ve all heard the jokes about that painful period known as the mid-life crisis.  That time when middle-aged men trade in the practical sedan for the convertible, take up sports they couldn’t really play in their twenties, and even quit their jobs looking for the meaning of life.  It’s a quintessential stereotype and the plot […]

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