How easy is it to give yourself permission to relax, have fun, do something you want to instead of something you feel you should do? The fast pace and high demands of our lives today can make it a challenge to slow down, rest or regroup. A quick reminder and self-check in opportunity.
How is it that you participate in conversations? Do you just hear people or do you truly listen? Today we explore the distinction between the two.
Breaking old patterns, getting out of your own way and trying something new…three key steps to becoming unstoppable.
The middle ground can be a comfortable place to work, play and live but how close will it get you to your goals?
When you can no longer ignore the voice that clearly sees you could be more, do more, experience more what’s next? Knowing there is more you desire or a bigger life for you isn’t enough. Read on for practical steps and tools to help you step up your game and take life to the next level.
From the outside, it may appear that living life with one’s head buried deep in the sand of unconscious thinking is an easier path. But there are costs involved and the price to be paid is high. Responsible living requires an investment, but the outcome is a life lived on purpose with greater ease and peace.
As you go through your day, are you conscious and aware of the carbon footprint you are leaving? What is the imprint that remains after you touch someone else’s life? Are you taking or giving?
It’s not enough to have the tools to resolve the issue. Having the knowledge of how to solve the problem and a vision for the outcome won’t do it either. Ultimately, it is about taking action. Without action, nothing can change.
It is easy and human to look at someone else’s life from the outside at times and perhaps feel like they’ve got it all. The reality is there is rarely such a thing as greener grass. Turn attention to transforming your own life instead of wishing for what is a one-dimensional view of another’s.
I am a big believer in individuals being independent and self-reliant. I encourage my clients to build this muscle and I live it in my own life but it is also important to know when to ask for help. Discover the power of one plus.