Transformation is change in its organic form

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Image of a human head being created from out of the universe representing a thought stream “Intention is the core of all conscious life. Conscious intention colors and moves everything.”Hsing Yun Change is all about transformation. Transformation is change in its organic form. Every living tree moves the earth in its unique way according to the soil elements and the circumstances from the sprouting of the seed until the death of… Read more »

What has COVID-19 taught you about chaos?

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image of light at the end of the tunnel “Backup is my computer’s shepherd, My data shall not want. It lets me download software with good pleasure, knowing my data is untroubled like still waters. It restores my system, It lets me surf the paths of cyberspace for information’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the Silicon Valley of the shadow of death, I… 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 »

The COVID-19 Temporary Speed Bump

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Cartoon of car at high speed hitting an old man and birds. The purpose is to show speed bumps in life are meant to slow you down for surprises “Life’s road is full of twists and turns and obstacles of varying degrees. Some speed bumps look far more dangerous than they actually are. Some speed bumps can rip the bottom off your vehicle. Even so, speed bumps are meant to temporarily slow you down to a safer speed and prepare you to be able… Read more »

Takeaway from Free Virtual Coffeeshop Group Coaching – Via ZOOM – 03 May 2020

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Image of a coffee shop setting background with Coach Melody and the words Takeaway From Free Group Coaching Via-ZOOM Coffeeshop Coaching Virtual 03 May 2020 Today’s Takeaway from Free Virtual Coffeeshop Group Coaching – via ZOOM – 03 May 2020 is: “COVID-19 a virus helping us to exchange old ways of being with new ways of being, pressing us to open our eyes, ears, minds, and voices to something bigger!”Melody Taylor-Fliege In today’s Coffeeshop Coaching, we reminded each other that… Read more »

Top 10 Ways to Transition through COVID-19

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image of face mask, goggles, and protective gown and colorful words CORONA VIRUS Top 10 Ways to Transition through COVID-19 by Melody Taylor-Fliege COVID19 – this! COVID19 – that! It seems never to end! Yet every day the sun rises and sets, and we have another opportunity to work with parts of ourselves that this virus does not let us escape—some good, some not so good! While dealing… Read more »

Leading Through Ambiguity

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Image ambiguity word cloud “Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.”Gilda Radner Whether you’re leading a team of executives online through working at home or several pre-teens through homeschooling, ambiguity is center stage. How can you get settled into this new space… Read more »

Conscious Breathing Against COVID19

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Image Delivering Food To A Self-isolate Woman or Quarantine At Home with quote, "The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word 'crisis.' (危机 Wéijī) One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger--but recognize the opportunity." --John F. Kennedy “The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ (危机 Wéijī) One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger–but recognize the opportunity.”John F. Kennedy Spring Equinox today marks the earliest Spring in 124 years! If covid19 is not crazy enough, add in a… Read more »