About 4 out of 10 people feel anxious about socializing after isolation from the pandemic. Here are prompts and conversation starters to help fix that.
The words we choose build the ‘house’ in which we live. In this 10-question process, you’ll use your imagination and awareness to select words to represent your intentions, moving forward.
If we don’t challenge old stories that we’ve since outgrown, we put ourselves at risk of being held back or feeling “stuck” in our old stories.
A sincere and heartfelt ode to you — for how far you’ve come, how much you care, and all that’s still left to come.
Living our dreams is our own prerogative; we have to start the journey, ourselves. But ever solo act must eventually evolve.
The “choose your own adventure” story of your calling comes without a manual. We have to create the manual for ourselves.
Claiming a calling, like pursuing any goal, is not about following a certain map to find buried treasure. It’s more like a “choose your own adventure” story.
A recap of last week’s Community Roundtable event, plus, 3 client testimonial videos to explain why small-group coaching works so well for them.
Thought leadership can mean becoming influential, shaping an industry, or simply leading from where you are — regardless of your followers or popularity.
Self-knowledge as an ongoing and supportive practice helps us to stay apprised of our inner-worldly shifts and changes.
For years, I misunderstood what it meant to claim my calling. Redefining “self-knowledge” showed me the way back to the truth of it.
“To claim” simply means “to call” or “to call out.” Use this simple, 6-question prompt set to help you answer what’s calling to you.
Changing our minds about our purpose, calling, passions, or life direction can oftentimes be met with dread or embarrassment. It should be celebrated.
In Part Two of my reintroduction story, I share my dissolution song, and the series of mini-deaths that forced me to reexamine my identity.
Honesty and trust are quintessential values of my business — and my life. Here’s Part One of my reintroduction story to you.
Let’s take a look back at the first quarter of 2021 and consider what we’ve been taking for granted, or, in other words, appreciating lately.
Here’s how to replicate my process of reflecting upon the core qualities that have been guiding my self-storied practices and explorations lately, for yourself, in 6 simple questions.
A story told may be a story written, but that does not mean that every story we tell is written in stone.