Archive for the ‘Practical’ Category
TRY – Power of Being Young at Heart
A friend sent me a link to George Burns singing “I Wish I Was Eighteen Again”.
Nostalgia set in and the song catapulted me back in time to my youth and I realized how quickly the pages of life turn. We can’t go back in time however we can be “young at heart” no matter how old we are.
We are all stressed with the changes and challenges that life presents us with these days, however, if we don’t step back and look at life from the “young at heart” perspective, we will have missed life’s beauty and wonderment.
When was the last time you did something spontaneous, silly, and laughable or even made a fool of yourself? Quick, come up with a memory of feeling complete abandonment! Oh you can’t.
It’s summer; I strongly suggest you GO FOR IT now and enjoy life to the fullest! George Burns did and he died at 100.
TRY – Power of Reflection
Peter Drucker, American Educator and writer said: “Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come ever more effective action”
How many of us have taken the time to reflect on what we are doing, how far we have come and what’s next? With today’s ever demanding and challenging business landscape it is hard to take a step back, look around and answer these questions. Read the rest of this entry »
TRY – Power of Choice
Epictetus said “We cannot choose our external circumstances, but we can always choose how we respond to them”
Life is always about choice and the choices we make at any given moment in time defines who we are and how we live our lives.
We are living in challenging times and as a personal and business coach I work with clients to help them make the chioices that support who they are today.
TRY – Power of Creating Your Own Destiny
“The best way to predict the future is to create it” quotes Peter Drucker, writer and management consultant.
What are you doing today to ensure your future? What steps are you taking to create what you want rather than letting life create it for you?
Get busy drawing, painting, writing or sculpting what you choose to become. It all starts and ends with you. We are each Michelangelo, sculpting our own beautiful David.