"Sometimes, to change things and to challenge stereotypes and break boundaries, you have to own a label."
So are millennials expecting an undeserved reward of promotion or the instant delivery of a promotion? There is a difference
Around your 55th birthday, you begin to hear the warning: "Old age is not for sissies." Then, in case you weren't listening
I'm often facilitating a group class or meeting with a coaching client when the beautiful topic of "Time Management" comes up. It came up just last week: A group had the same set of questions and wanted answers.
Fine, I am NOT the person I thought I would be. But maybe that's okay.
It's fair to say that in order for something to move forward, there must be open space in front of it. Like a boulder at the brink of rolling down a hill. It can only gain momentum if there's space in front of it. The same can be said for our way of thinking. If we want momentum in our businesses and lives, we must be thinking in terms of spaciousness, not limitation.
Our richest memories contain an element of surprise. A perfectly predictable life is one we start forgetting even as it's happening.
Being out of integrity has pretty serious consequences for our happiness, and for our relationships. Here's what happens when we aren't being authentic.
I was ten minutes early for the meeting with one of our district's new hires, a middle school music teacher. In my new hybrid role that included coaching/mentoring over seventy teachers in my district, I was visiting Mrs. Green, who had taught elsewhere previously but was still quite new to the profession.
As we try to live up to our internalized expectations of how we need to be in order to gain some final, ultimate reward or