Blog: Newfield Discovery
A Journey of Embodied Coaching, Living & Leadership
Each day the gnawing sensation in my gut grew stronger. On the third day, it turned into an internal voice yelling at me to pay attention. I could feel the voice scolding me, shaking its pointer finger in my face, saying, “Pay attention! Wake up and take action.” I...
Coaches can learn how to help their clients strengthen the “muscle” of their inner observer (made up of their body, emotions, and the language they choose).
In order to keep your New Year’s resolutions, you need to create small, achievable daily practices.
What if making complaints could deepen our trust? By fulfilling our promises, we build our track record and people can evaluate us as reliable. Reliability is a key aspect of trust.
How can we embrace the time frame of things without feeling like promises broken are more important and direr than the loss of unexpected promise?
Research shows that within a few seconds, we make unconscious and conscious assessments about who we think others are and how they will respond to us.