So how did it go last week? Is your positive energy on the rise? Have you noticed a slight shift in the air and space around you? If so, good. If not, don’t worry as with all change it takes time, but it will come. The main thing is that you are putting forth the effort. The largest fundamental part of the work I do as a coach revolves around the element of taking action. Action defined as the fact or process of doing something, typically to achieve an aim. As I have said bef
We all have a routine. Those things we’ve been doing for ages that just seem to come naturally. Mindless. Without thinking or much effort. Whether it’s getting up at a certain time, automatic responses to specific questions, to how you process new information or prepare for meetings. Auto- pilot is alive and well. How though does being on auto pilot allow you to grow, learn, and ultimately be better? Contribute to living your best life?
I’ve been thinking about this idea a l
Last week we discussed what I believe to be one of the most crucial points of living your best life which is quality over quantity and while reflecting on that idea something that kept coming to mind for me was balance. In discussing the idea of being careful of what we say yes to, I believe it is important to touch on how to find and/or create balance within your life. Our lives are meant to be dynamic so there are guaranteed to be many components that make up who we are. Wo
In one of my more recent posts I made reference to the idea of being busy doing nothing. And although this isn’t an ideal feeling or state to be in I think it is safe to say that we have all been there at some point or another in our lives. Like myself, I think most people like to make others happy by being fairly agreeable or somewhat passive when it comes to doing things. It can be argued that people like us better when we say “yes” and we can be seen as more of a “team pla