When I originally started working on this post I was squarely focused on the workplace and whether diversity and inclusion programs are focused on the right half of that pair of words. However, the recent events in the US with respect to the death of George Floyd have me thinking about the issue at a … Continue reading Think Inclusion More Than Diversity
The idea of humility has been with me a lot lately. Perhaps there are a lot of angles to the subject, both witnessing clients struggling with asking for what they want as well as my own newfound understanding of reforming one’s identity in (semi) retirement. Finally we have recently completed building a custom home, which … Continue reading Ontology (my big word of the month) and Humility
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of … Continue reading Valuing Yourself: Humility vs. Humanity
I keep a 365 day calendar on my desk called “YOU are a BADASS” by Jen Sincero … author of a book by the same name. It is an awesome daily reminder about being present, being connected and being real. This post is one of an ongoing series inspired by Jen’s work. Watching someone else go … Continue reading You Are Brilliant: Stepping Into It Is The Hard Part
I keep a 365 day calendar on my desk called “YOU are a BADASS” by Jen Sincero … author of a book by the same name. It is an awesome daily reminder about being present, being connected and being real. This will be the first post in what I hope is an ongoing series inspired by … Continue reading Stop Being Busy!
As a leadership coach, one topic I spend a lot of time talking to clients about is getting results. More specifically, we talk about anxiety about getting results. When we dive into that a little deeper, what we discover is that the anxiety is about a fear that what we really want to happen … … Continue reading Want Results? Focus on Your Intentions, Not Outcomes