I had a time in my life when I lost my way. From my generally optimistic and can-do approach, I veered into a period where I doubted my ability and hid behind duties of family. It was a dark time. And it lasted too long. What did I learn … Continue reading
I tried. I even spent money on good shoes after having a gait analysis at Body N’ Sole. And down-loaded mapmyrun.com. Sigh. Since my husband is a runner. And since we know world-class runners. And since it is good for you and a lot of people seem committed to (addicted … Continue reading
I suppose I should use fake names to protect the guilty, so I will. I had just turned 40. Dave and I were at a gathering and he was conversing with someone who routinely excluded me from discussions. I had learned, from previous experience, not to try to enter in, … Continue reading
I have been sticking with a monthly meeting for a long time. I got involved with the organization because I liked the purpose. I believed in the mission as it was presented. When the opportunity has presented itself, I have worked to spread the message. When there has been a call … Continue reading
As a follow up to my blog post on learning to function in my strengths, here is a link to a free strengths assessment.
I am not really familiar with this organization, but I love assessments and found this to be helpful for myself. I hope it will be a topic of conversation with people I know and am coaching/mentoring in the future. And….I am considering how to incorporate it into my Life on Purpose series.
It is simply good to be growing, personally. And to take responsibility for personal growth. This is a good tool for understanding yourself better, to identify and acknowledge your strengths so that you can find ways to invest in learning to use them well. Maximize your strengths.