If you’re thinking you want to move into a different mindset about how you look at your time and work/life balance, here are three things to keep in mind.
We need spaces to babble, to enter into conversations where we can explore how to have challenging conversations, hard conversations, or simply conversations where we can honestly share what’s up for us.
What can we do to find our calm so that we can listen deeply to others, and not assume we know what another is thinking or feeling so that we can share effective and powerful conversations?
What happens when we connect our inner strength with our flexibility, our creativity, and our courage for the sake of all?
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).
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.