We’re a month into the new year and a new year it is, indeed. For me, 2017 was a time of transition, resting, and transforming. My biggest takeaways from last year include the following four principles: Nothing is lost. When change happens, it can feel like something’s been lost. Typically, a part of our lives that…
What is keeping you on track to achieving your goals? Are you on a clear path or have you wandered into unknown territory without a map? A look at how having a coach can guide through the rough spots and keep you focused on your destination.
3 Tips for Finding Peace of Mind in Tumultuous Times As a trained, experienced coach who helps clients navigate some of life’s greatest challenges with more peace and ease, it makes sense that I’d be getting inquiries about how to stay present in times of turmoil. We may not be able to control the chaos…
If you don’t make choices in life, what do you get?
Every once in awhile, I experience a brief window of time where I’m not on my game. I’ll feel unclear and not as present in the moment as usual. As a former professional athlete, I have a good sense when I’m out of balance or things are not clicking. I’ll stumble, question myself, or make choices that don’t fully align with my values. It feels awkward and uncomfortable.
When I noticed this off-center feeling recently, I asked myself, “how do I get back on track?” Maybe because I’m a visual person or maybe because I’m a dancer; the image that popped into my head was a ballerina dancing on pointe.
It takes incredible balance and control to dance in toe shoes. Just walking in them is a feat well beyond the normal person’s ability. It takes years of basic training to strengthen the body to be able to make a ballerina look like she is effortlessly floating across a stage.
Understanding the impacts of the choice to tell or not to tell when you or a loved one has been diagnosed.
What was my second big takeaway from the Young Adult survivorship conference I attended in Vegas last weekend? Click and find out!
What lies beneath is where we can find freedom, peace and ease by finally getting to the truth about conflict.
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In the past, I tended to ignore things. Pretending something isn’t happening or denying that which we would prefer not to face is a common survival tool. Sometimes it works to our benefit, but most often there comes a point where it sneaks up behind us and bites us in the ass.