After coaching many motivated leaders who are committed to doing the right thing, I know their over used commitment to do things “correctly” actual keeps them from their full potential and the impact they are trying to make.
It’s that time of year. Everyone is telling you to be thankful, at least for a day before the rush to year-end holidays. But what if a focus on gratitude was not a yearly celebration and instead an hourly practice.
We know the feeling of being rushed in our thoughts – constantly problem solving, listing the to do’s, and spinning in the energy of “How will I get this done?”
Whether you are projecting your image through a zoom call or are in real life with your team, you bring an energy connected to how you are feeling that impacts the outcome of the gathering.
We are all impacted by the culture we come from and find ourselves living in. Awareness of this basic fact empowers us as culture creators and change makers.
This week I celebrate 14 years of marriage. Anyone happily married for over a decade knows that it is a celebration of growth and evolution within a relationship.
Leadership is not easy. If it was, we would not experience such high levels of burnout, anxiety, and disengagement. Unfortunately, overworking and overwhelm is normalized in our society.
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