“Mindfulness-Purpose”


Finding the Other Side of Grief

- ***if you'd like to leave a comment, you'll need to sign into your Facebook account first. Otherwise, just send the comments to me directly at lifecoach@christophershuff.com and I'll post it for you. Thanks! This past week, my friend... Read More

Pay Attention to Your Thoughts

- This week, I’m bringing you a slight respite from a long topical thought-piece. My intention was to write a post about memory, moods, and the interconnectivity of the two. But this week just got away from me. I’ve been swamped with one... Read More

Gratitude is an Attitude

- This week marks the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the U.S. From the tributes, the on-site reading of names of those who lost their lives on that day (and those who died years later from working at the site), the moments of... Read More

The Power of Paradigms

- “Our awareness of our patterns is the first step toward designing the life for which we’re intended.”~ Mary Morrissey Before I take on a new client, I insist that he or she participates in a Strategy Session phone call with me. The... Read More

To Be or Not To Be? That Is Not the Question...

- We have become a society that is so focused on getting the job done that we sometimes forget that the journey, and who we are as we travel on that journey, is as important as completing the task at hand. Here's the deal: we don't get a... Read More

And Now for Something Completely Different…

- For this week’s post, I had my subject selected, I had my research completed, and I was halfway through writing the piece, but yesterday for some reason, I suddenly changed my mind and decided to write about a completely different topic... Read More

Death, Social Media, and a Butterfly Named Ray

- Last Sunday was a warm and beautiful spring day, and after a gloomy Saturday spent cleaning the house, doing chores and other work, I was ready to be out and about. As it turned out, a group of friends from my old neighborhood in Hell's... Read More

Pay Attention to Your Thoughts

- A few weeks ago, I was hanging out with an old friend on one of those crazy spring-like days in February, enjoying a brief respite from snow and cold. We spent the day strolling through the West Village, window shopping, people watching... Read More