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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Happiness, Joy, and Well-Being. You Can Have It All.

We all want to be happy.  Most of us spend our lives in search of it.  It may not always be on a conscious level, but the majority of our decisions are based on what we think will bring us happiness.  It starts as early as childhood, when that new game will make everything perfect. […]

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Staying Positive In a Negative World

Have you ever noticed when one thing goes wrong, everything starts to go wrong?  It’s almost as though there is a centipede following you and he just keeps dropping all of those proverbial other shoes.  It can be even more difficult to stay positive when external influences seem to be working against you.  You know […]

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Create More Hours In Your Day

I hear it all the time. “There aren’t enough hours in the day.”  “I have too much to do.”  “I never seem to get anything done.”  I hear it from friends, clients, and even family.  It’s a common complaint.  One that leaves us frustrated, creatively dry, and exhausted by the end of the day.   […]

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Relax Your Inner Control-Freak And Get More Done

As an executive coach, I work with a lot of powerful women.  Women who are strong, driven, and successful–most of whom have raised families while building careers.  They are all formidable people.  And they are almost all self-professed stressed-out control freaks.  I don’t mean to say that like it’s a bad thing.  Being in control […]

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Are You Retiring or Reinventing Yourself?

Of all the transitions we face in life,  the one called retirement just might be the most unnerving of all.  Just the name is frightening.  Retirement.  For many of us it conjures images of our grandparents sitting on the front porch swing, wondering why the grandkids don’t come to visit more often.  After all, we retire things […]

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