It’s Saturday afternoon. I’m sitting at home on a cold, blustery, snowy Syracuse winter day, sipping a Cacao smoothie, smelling the aroma of a stick of Goloka Nag Champa incense, listening to Yoga Radio on Pandora.
I’m anxious about tomorrow because I’m leaving on an early Sunday morning flight to the province of Saskatchewan for training. Another cold, blustery, and snowy place. Lucky me!
By the end of next week, I’ll be a certified facilitator, authorized to teach organizations how to do what I do. Use the coach approach to increase the performance of individuals and their teams. More on this soon.
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Today’s post is about an essay written by Amy Morin LCSW I found very interesting: “Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid.” My experience has demonstrated the most successful people are mentally tough and have well developed emotional intelligence muscles.
Here’s Amy’s listicle followed by my talking points and experience in working with mentally strong clients: Continue reading
As I wrote last week, there was little white space on the calendar. More of the same next week and the week after.
This is a good week for me to reach out to one of my favorite people, he doesn’t know this, Dr. Ron Bonnstetter.
I met Dr. Ron at a TTI event several years ago. He knows a lot about the brain which is one of my favorite subjects. I could speak to him for hours on end.
In this week’s post, Dr. Ron ties together the Why of Simon Sinek, No Child Left Behind, and the neocortex. Continue reading
There’s a book called “Book Yourself Solid” by Michael Port. I read most of it.
Truth be told? I don’t want to book myself solid! I’m serious. Ha!
This week, I’m booked solid. There’s very little white space to be found on the calendar.
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The majority of this week is carved out for executive coaching clients, teaching classes at CoachInc, and personal foundation. (Getting my right ear unplugged and seeing a nutritionist.) Oh yeah, I’ll find a way to squeeze in four yoga classes.
On paper, this looks like a successful week.
The question on my mind today is: Continue reading