Yesterday I hosted a webinar on personal growth.
It was a fun learning experience talking about personal growth, and I also took the opportunity to introduce a brand-new training I’m planning to record soon.
Personal growth matters to me a lot, so much you know by now. But perhaps you never knew exactly why.… Read the rest
Yesterday I read a message online from an old friend about the first few coaching conversations she had this year.
She painted a picture of people looking for direction, being frustrated, overwhelmed, stuck, simply not in a good place.
Obviously, this is not a representative picture, but I also believe we have a problem on our hands.… Read the rest
I’m at a turning point.
And before I continue with my turning point, let’s talk a little about yours. When you receive this email, 2022 is about ten days old. You may find my next question stupid, but it’s not.
How were the first ten days of this year?
Have you made progress and moved in the right direction?… Read the rest
Earlier this week, we went out for a coffee with the family, played a new game we discovered over the holidays called ‘exploding kittens,’ and bought a pair of running shoes before heading back home.
On the way out, we passed a store with many backpacks on display. Backpacks in all sizes, colors, and quality. … Read the rest
Why it always boils down to trust
There are days I start writing, and twenty minutes later, my insight is nearly ready. I do a grammar check, then leave the text for a few days.
A few days later, I reread the text, make some corrections, and then schedule it for distribution to my readers.… Read the rest
I love good design.
I’ve always been interested in design, both personally and professionally.
Good design helps tell and sell a story.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t great at math and other exact subjects at school. Otherwise, I would have become an architect.
I love great architecture.
Architecture is the bridge between imagination and execution.… Read the rest
When was the last time you made time to daydream a little and imagine something you would like to create?
What was it like to pause? How did it make you feel? What were you imagining?
Or perhaps, you didn’t do any of that and the last weeks (or maybe even months) went by in a blur.… Read the rest