Finding Yourself in Extraordinary Times: Coaching and Resources for our Life and Leadership
On a day in March 2020, for most of us, normal life came to a standstill. Now, two years from that day, our lives continue to be profoundly changed.
Wear a mask. Wash our hands. Watch our distance. As we move through the day, our attention is always divided. The vigilance of daily life has been tiring.
We often have to search to see new life emerging. This is as true in ourselves as in our environment. How will we emerge from this time of pandemic?
The coaching relationship provides a resourceful partnership which assists a person to explore and tend areas of their life or leadership they wish to change or grow. There are many starting points for coaching. In these pandemic times, your goal...Read more
We don’t have to do this alone. Sharing books which have inspired and informed has long been one of life’s great pleasures. And today we share websites, too. Here, I hope you may find something particularly suited to finding yourself...Read more
Stress damage becomes obvious when it affects our health, our relationships or our leadership decisions. Stress resilience is recovered through self-awareness and learning new ways to respond to stress from the inside out.
Sometimes, we are surprised at the emergence of conflict. In this pandemic environment, a difference in regard for safe practices and ethical conduct can feel like betrayal. Important relationships, as well as personal safety, are threatened.
Every day of this pandemic, we have lived with the loss of safety. On any particular day, each of us may be poignantly aware of another loss — a person, a community, health, work, income, time, opportunity.
There is a difference between change and transition. Change is what appears on the outside of our life, a change of address perhaps. Transition is what we experience on the inside.
When we still our mind, listen to our heart, and allow intuition to guide us, it is possible to find a wisdom and love to nourish our spirits through difficult times. “When you take the time to draw on your
Each day, we begin again to live our values and purpose in our relationships and activities. Then, we are affected by unfolding events in the world around us and our day gets complicated.
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