February is my favorite month… January inspires as we build 2020 vision, plan the next steps in careers by design, and infuse new personal development paths (last month’s blog). In February we turn to matters of your heart. While I hope the commitments that you made in January are continuing to inspire you, this month it’s all about LOV baby love.
How is your love life? How do you feel about yourself these days? These are big questions to ponder.
Here are a few ideas to help you to activate the energy of romance and love in your … Read the rest Read More
Rise & Shine by Jo-Anne Weiler
What is your first thought of the day? Time for coffee… late for the gym… want to go back to bed for another hour… or are you excited about something new you are working on?
If your life has started feeling routine and your head seems to spin in circles with the pressures of day-to-day commitments, here are 3 steps to get yourself refocused, charged up and excited again.
First Step: Know what motivates you? Positive feelings, greater connection, a sense of contribution, positive feedback, building for the future, achievements, physical … Read the rest Read More
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
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