Mindset. It is a little bit of a current buzz word. Like when “paradigm” was newly in vogue. I remember asking someone to define paradigm to me in the 90’s. They didn’t, but I eventually got the gist and have even used it (appropriately and sparingly) myself. “Paradigm” was listed … Continue reading
From a sermon recently, two statements rung true. The first: Don’t get stuck on stupid. The topic was the Prodigal son….or, actually, the older son who couldn’t budge from his perspective of his brother not deserving a feast. It made me think about what stupid things I might get stuck … Continue reading
My role as a coach changes with every client and with every meeting. My approach is fluid and organic. Currently, I’m helping a client say “NO” to opportunities. The reasons to say yes are many and varied » Some people get asked all the time. Saying “NO” can be hard to … Continue reading
One thing I love about my work as a Realtor and as a Coach is that I get to hear other people’s stories. It’s something I value about attending church, as well. Meeting people and hearing their stories enriches my life and gives my own experiences perspective and teaches me … Continue reading
The other day, I was down in our basement. Doing laundry. I have to admit that I am not the most cheerful laundry doer. Especially when I have to go to the basement to do it. But I am thankful that it is the basement… I don’t have to travel … 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.