Are you Patient Enough to Solve the Significant Problems?

Recently we discussed creating audacious goals to solve significant problems. As we wait impatiently for a corona virus vaccine, this is a good time to take a look back and see what it took to develop the polio vaccine.Murfield Coaching works with leaders and entrepreneurs in sales, Real Estate, and business to realize their breakthrough success by thinking bigger and reaching higher than they thought possible. Read More

How to Set Audacious Goals with 3 Proven Steps

Are your goals big enough? As we transition into the next normal, there will incredible opportunities. Unfortunately, many won’t be thinking big enough or reach high enough to seize the best of these opportunities. In this post, I’ll detail 3 steps to set audacious goals that ensure your breakthrough success. Murfield Coaching works with leaders and entrepreneurs in sales, Real Estate, and business by thinking bigger and reaching higher than they thought possible. Read More

What’s Important? Setting Your Priorities in the Next Normal

During this pandemic we have all had to shift our priorities from what used to be important to what is critical right now. In this post, we examine 3 ways to ask that questions to ensure our success. Read More

Who Does That? Turning a Trauma into an Opportunity

From the moment I met him, I sensed something different. I just didn’t know how much. Aaron Buros emerged from the crowd carrying the 13-minute pacer flag. I was running the Allstate Hot Chocolate 15K in Tampa in December of 2018. He was the pacer for my corral. With his stature and that big smile, he was a commanding presence. But that was only the beginning. We were about to learn just how much and why. Read More

Where’s the Leadership?

As an executive coach, author, and podcast host, my mission in Murfield Coaching is to help solve significant and often persistent problems. I help people think bigger and reach higher to do what they may not have thought possible. Part of that work requires asking the difficult and uncomfortable question. Today I ask that question about the pandemic and racial unrest, “Where is the leadership?” and “What can you do to step into that leadership?” Read More