How to know when you have a green tail… When one person tells you “you have a green tail, you think they’re crazy. When two people tell you “you have a green tail,” you think it’s a conspiracy. When three or more people tell you “you have a green tail,” you turn around and notice.
So you’re feeling unsettled in your life. You’re ready to do more; do “different”. You’re tired of being stuck in a rut of immobility. You’ve committed to change. You’re open to hearing feedback. You’re ready to transform your life. So “now what?” You’ve taken a big step in acknowledging that you need change and now
For personal change to happen you need to be open to it. Often you may be motivated to change your behaviour when you receive positive and constructive feedback from others. However if there is judgment or a self-righteous flavour attached to the feedback, you can spiral into a defensive response. You want to be accepted
Have you ever wondered why you seem to be constantly “spinning your wheels” in your life? You know the feeling… working hard to secure your future but in reality being stuck in your daily routine, not really making headway. Liken it to a mime character that appears to be walking forward but in reality is
My past messages to you have been around the concept of Noticing. Noticing one’s life always has an outcome. Sometimes it can be a passive outcome where it can initiate thought and sometimes it can be an active outcome where it can trigger change. It can be defined as the actof noticing or the art of noticing? Sometimes, both exist in tandem.
It is interesting what happens when one draws attention to something. In my last newsletter, I wrote about the importance of noticing. . . noticing myself and the world around me. Although I have been honing my skills around this practice for many years I feel by drawing my attention to it in a very
The concept of noticing has been a source of fascination for me for decades, dating back to my days as a Specialized Kinesiology or Brain Gym Consultant. My approach then was consistent with my Coaching approach today . . . define and refine your personal awareness and notice what you truly value, need, and desire. By understanding
It’s been a little over a year since we celebrated one of the most successful Olympic and Paralympics events. The often nail-biting excitement of watching, on TV, these world class athletes perform within milliseconds of one another was only surpassed for me by being onsite and watching them in person. Yes, I was fortunate enough