The start of a new year is a perfect transition to remember who you are, rediscover your unique place in life, and reconnect with both of those. Without it, dreams stay unrealized, potential goes unused, and you’re uninspired without clarity of what makes you come alive.
A stressful or unfulfilled 2020 will lead right into a stressful or unfulfilled 2021, unless…
Here are five strategies to set you up for success. (more…)
I’ll buy a book and underline, highlight, and dog-ear as a way to interact and get personal with the information, but listening makes me feel too saturated. Stick a fork in me, as they say, I’m done.
For me, this type of listening doesn’t create space. (more…)
I’ve been working with people who feel guarded. They don’t want to let down their walls because it feels too vulnerable, and let’s face it, it’s a given that most of us like protection from rejection and discomfort.
But I wonder, what is the cost?
Recently I accompanied my colleague to provide training to an organization of about 40. In the five years I’ve been part of our team, I haven’t been in the front of a room. I’m quite comfortable at the back of the room, behind my computer writing, or coaching one-on-one.
During the training, employees participate in an activity in which they fill in the blank, “I’m not (blank) enough,” and write it on a card. They come face-to-face with a limiting belief.
What happened next?
Harvard hired a coach.
Over time, coaching became the way sports works––to the point of assigning the value of a coach at upwards of 6 million dollars today.
If the value of having a coach increases the potential of sports teams, does that value of increasing potential transfer into other fields?