Running a family is like running a business

When thinking of how a family operates it’s sometimes useful to view it as a business. Family business coach Caird Urquhart offers her tips and firsthand advice in this article.

What is your family “code”? Corporations appreciate the value of a mission statement. It can keep people focused on the mandate of the business at its core. You can create one for your family. As featured on  March 2013  CrunchyButton-2 sm

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U.S. News and World Report – How to Survive a Break-up

Even if you recently called it quits, you can still manage to enjoy Valentine’s Day (and the day after, and the one after that).

Angela Haupt of U.S. News and World Report interviews life and business coach Caird Urquhart for tips on how to survive a break-up; from “30 Ways to Better Days”.  us news logo

The complete U.S. News and World Report article is here


LivingBetter Online Magazine – Profile of “30 Ways to Better Days: How to Rally After You’ve Been Dumped”

John Fisher of LivingBetter Online Magazine profiles Caird Urquhart and offers highlights from her book, “30 Ways to Better Days: How to Rally After You’ve Been Dumped”.

Everyone has been there. The heart ache and heart break of being dumped; the difficulty of getting out of bed each morning just wanting to stay in bed in fetal position crying; feeling helpless and alone; spending hours upon hours at the gym and not eating. Read the full article below for tips on moving on after your relationship ends.

The complete LivingBetter article is located here


Article – “The Turning Point Series” – The Toronto Star

Judy Steed of The Toronto Star updates her ongoing series “The Turning Point”.  When The Star launched the project in April, they asked readers over the age of 50 how they would to like to change their lives if they had the opportunity. More than 1,000 heartfelt submissions flooded in.

How did the participants turn out? Featuring life and career coach Caird Urquhart’s update on her client Alexandria Barker.   December 8, 2012 

Click here for the full Toronto Star article in the Turning Point series