Bring Your Strengths, Your Positive Best This Year
September has always felt more like a renewal time to me than January. Maybe it’s all the excitement that comes with the back to school momentum or the simple freshness of our air… especially after all the forest fires we’ve had this past summer in British Columbia. It sure is exhilarating to see blue skies again!
I just love September for setting up personal & professional goals and new routines. How about you?
Imagine that this year is going to be your best year yet!! What if every part of your life … Read the rest Read More
What Story Will Your Career Tell?
Above the mountains
The Geese turn into the light again
Painting their black silhouettes on an open sky.
Sometimes everything has to be inscribed
Across the heavens
So you can find
The one line already written
— David Whyte
What is waiting to be discovered in you? What is your purpose? What will be your legacy? Ideally our careers lead us on the flight plan our spirit was designed for. But what about those times you get stuck in the office turbulence, lost in hierarchal power struggles, or buried in the endless … Read the rest Read More
If I told you that the skip in your step will put the bounce back into your creative brain, would you believe me? Many researchers and neuroscientists will tell you I am right.
Has anyone out there had a challenging time in the last couple of weeks? Was it the full moon? Was it the drop in the Canadian dollar? What a relief that today is St. Patrick’s Day.. a day of green beer, lucky shamrocks and a whole lot of “Top of the mornings to ya!” Today could be your day to lighten up and connect more … Read the rest Read More
VISION, COMMITMENT & TRUST FOR 2015
After a legendary turnaround win in the final 3 minutes of the Seattle Seahawks football game against Green Bay Packers two weekends ago, Russell Wilson, Seahawks Quarterback was interviewed and asked “How did you do it?” Turnaround games such as what happened January 18th are stories we usually only see in fantastical movies!
My husband & I were there in Seattle with all the other 12th Man fans and we all experienced the thrill of that legendary game day. We hung in there when many Seahawks fans were leaving in the 4th Quarter because … Read the rest Read More
The interesting thing is that we are so good at play when we are young, and we fail to see the virtue of it the older we get! Why is that?? What belief holds you back from being more playful? Is it that you value ‘productive work’ and judge play as being ‘non-productive’?
Or is it that you never really learned how to play full out? What were the messages about play in your family growing up? What are the conditions for you to bring on playful you today? You know, that playful attitude you can choose or not choose … Read the rest Read More