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Contact Steve Hindman Coaching at: steve@stevehindmancoach.com

April 11, 2019

Leverage your current skills and talents, and develop untapped strengths and resources, to take advantage of your next challenge or opportunity

April 9, 2019

Change can be exciting and hard, and fulfilling and exciting when you bring all of your humanity to whatever challenge or opportunity presents itself. Interested? Call me!

January 25, 2019

Sometimes the best thing for your career, your personal life, and your heart and soul is an experience unlike anything you've ever imagined. Join me for just such an adventure at an upcoming heli-camp in Telluride, CO

Visit Telluride ski resort for more information

December 3, 2018

I love gardening. I love combining the unique voices and needs of each plant into a symphony of color and texture that plays a different melody with every passing season.

Last spring, I added some bulbs to fill in the early season void where, by July, a crowd of Blacked...

October 30, 2018

Last month I ticked off one of my bucket list items – a backpacking trip in the Enchantments of Washington’s Cascades, a unique jewel and prized destination in the region. Because it’s so special and popular, you have to apply for a permit in February, then plan your t...

August 16, 2018

What would you do if you weren't spending all your time on what you think you should do? What are your shoulds and where do they came from?

At the most basic level, shoulds come from what allowed us to thrive and develop as a species. They stem from rules and expectati...

July 11, 2018

Outside – In

When what you’re doing isn’t getting you what you want, it may be time to look inside. There’s many ways to do this of course, but for me, going outside helps me look inside.

Simply going out the door certainly helps, but going out the door and into somewher...

July 7, 2018

I’ve been blessed with knowing the why behind the what and how for most of my adult life. I’ve wandered hither and yon at times, but the call of my why always got louder the farther and longer I strayed, and always pulled me back. Now my why is calling me to help other...