One of the things I am talking with clients about right now is coming up with their list of 3-5 things that they will do each day in 2020 that make them feel good. When we feel good we are in a position to make the most of our efforts, to get the results we … Continued
Taking a goal setting retreat is a powerful way to start the new year!
I get really excited for fresh starts. The end of the year and start of the new year is my favorite time! And this year, being the beginning of the 20’s makes it even better! There are so many things you can think about with regards to wrapping up the year and decade. Remember- you … Continued
How many times have you heard this- Hope is NOT a strategy. When we hear it we tend to write off hope and not give it another thought. I had a great discussion the other day and our consensus was that people get hope mixed up with the word try. Like when you say I … Continued
Grace has been a word that has intrigued me for a long time. In my coaching practice I use values cards with my clients and grace is one of the words in the deck. Having pulled the card out many times over the years, I have explored the word’s meaning both in the dictionary and … Continued
There’s a saying that we teach that which we are also learning. This is so true of me in my coaching practice. In a world that can easily knock you down, it is easy to forget what is good about ourselves. There is always another level, another achievement, another something better we could do or … Continued
Devotion. Back in January I picked themes for each month of the year. Words that sounded good to me, that I wanted to explore further the meaning of them in my life. I always like looking at the definitions of words as a place to start. Devotion: love, loyalty, or enthusiasm for a person, activity, … Continued
This is one of those posts that will certainly fall under the to be continued category. Do you ever struggle to find some peace in your busy week? Even if you do take time off, do you ever find yourself feeling guilty, or maybe anxious, unable to really fully remain present enough to enjoy the … Continued