My Relationship Assumptions
The Leadership Crucible
My relationship assumptions. If we know and relate, you might want to know what I assume about you.
1. You are not responsible for my well-being. That's ALL mine.
2. You express yourself with as much freedom as you allow yourself and your self-expression is dynamic, following the pace you grow and change, which could be moment-to-moment, day-to-day, or lifetime-to–lifetime. ...
Break through or break down?
Leadership. It’s become a catch-all phrase in the last decade for college courses, business development workshops and consulting programs, but the ambiguity runs rampant. Part of the misconception is the assumption that leaders should fit a visible mold. Many times, it's looks like "one who leads the charge"- loud, opinionated, and outwardly decisive. When in actuality, true leadership comes in as many different forms as there are people.
On My Knees: A Perspective Shift
Break through or break down? It can be hard to tell at times.
Many times I hear and see common themes arise in my clients' lives, regardless of geography, age, gender or current coaching topic.
This past week, I held space for a seemingly increased amount of heightened emotional states as these individuals courageously moved deeper and deeper into the terrain of who they are becoming. With their emotional lives ...
Often times it is the lowest points of my life that bring the greatest treasures. When I am brought to my knees by defeat, I assume the perfect position to eventually give thanks and praise to the very conditions that brought me there.
It was deciding to end a 20-year partnership that both turned me upside down and inside out with lessons I could never have predicted. These surprises were the perfect portal to the path of my liberation.