Introduction to a week of working through overwhelm using coaching tips, tools and mastery of your daily schedule.
Just like an athlete who experiences muscle soreness and fatigue when training first begins, living more consciously is a muscle that takes time to develop.
What is your relationship with judgment? In what ways, if any, is it costing you? How might you interact differently with yourself and others if you took on the role of observer instead? Some tips and tools on transforming your interaction with the judgment and taking on observation instead.
Shifting from judgment into observation…an opening to learning and self-mastery.
Throw light on something and chances are you will see it for what it really is…how doing a reality check can expose the faulty thinking fear creates.
Yikes! We’re just two months away from the end of 2010…how scary is that?!
Three blogs/sites I head to when I need some inspiration.
My top four favorite blogs chalk full of social media marketing and business expertise.
I have always loved to research and to learn new things. The internet is a curse and a blessing this way, but mostly a blessing. It’s a curse on days when my saboteur would rather engage me in distraction instead of working on purpose to advance my action plans.
As we begin to take responsibility for the stories we tell ourselves and others, we can become more selective as to the message we are focusing on. When we tell ourselves we are not good enough, not smart enough, not working hard enough…all the less thans…we lower our energy and hold ourselves back. Some quick tips on how to rewrite your stories.