Tired of the same answers? Ask different questions!

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Image of fingers planing seeds in soil. Asking the question, How are you using your ability to sew new seeds, cultivate them and make something tangle grow in your life? when you replace “why is this happening to me?” with “what is this trying to teach me?” everything shifts.–Anonymous Change is continuous throughout life. Instead of wondering, “Why is this happening to me?” ask instead, “How could this be happening FOR me? Has this global crisis allowed you to take a step back and reprioritize… Read more »

Takeaway from Free Virtual Group Coffeeshop Coaching – Via ZOOM – 07 March 2021

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Image of a woman looking at her desk, coffee, and laptop with zoom meeting of 9 people and the words Takeaway From Free Group Coaching Via-ZOOM Coffeeshop Coaching Virtual 07 March 2021 Today’s Takeaway from Free Virtual Coffeeshop Group Coaching – via ZOOM – 07 March 2021 is: “Balance is not better time management, but better boundary management. Balance means making choices and enjoying those choices.”Betsy Jacobson Each participant has their own topic in these group coachings, and each group relates and connects in a way that… Read more »

Tough Lessons Learned in 2020

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Protective surgical face mask on a globe of the Earth with COVID-19 written on a yellow sticky note “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.”–Seneca It can be challenging to shake off the old and open space for the new! Living focused on the negative of the past consumes too much valuable energy needed to develop oneself and create new ways of expressing who we are and how we can contribute… Read more »

Dare to Heal Relationship Wounds

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Image of middle age couple back to back eyes closed - Dare to heal relationship wounds “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.”Helen Keller Relationships, including healthy relationships, tend to have their difficult past their dark secrets, their painful memories, we “better not touch.” Couples with good relationship and communication skills may dare to touch some old wounds and find overdue healing… Read more »

Lead by Example

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People discussing Lead By Example “Orders come from customers, not from leaders.”Joyce Rachelle Leading by example, sounds like a stereotype, but reality tells us that it neither just comes naturally nor is the advice followed universally. It demands some self-discipline and awareness from the leader to always recall actively “what behavior would I expect from my leader in the same… Read more »

Blame Chokes Change!

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Who is to Blame? handwritten on a white background “When you blame others, you give up your power to change.”Dr. Robert Anthony COVID-19 has created a global lockdown forcing humanity to stop, stay still, reset, and rise up into something new. As the world again opens up, stresses are over-the-top for many. Despite the intense challenges and desire to blame, each day gives ample… Read more »