You can begin to heal your relationship with money by changing your typical thought patterns.Read More
It wasn't until this past Christmas vacation that I realized I had been making a terrible mistake.
Yes, I had surrendered. Yes, I had said the lease and said "yes" to the opportunity. Yes, I had bit off more than I could chew and I was chewing it. I had a big beautiful brick-and-mortar business, I had sold-out trainings and retreats on the calendar. I had a full house every Sunday morning for Yoga Church.
But lurking under all of those 'yeses' was a pretty substantial 'no' because I hadn't fully committed. To be clear, I had committed on paper, I had committed financially and I had committed by showing up. But after making those commitments, I started to fantasize about my other life, my previous life. The life where I didn't sign the lease, the life where I didn't take the plunge, the life where I didn't have overhead or seven-days-a-week commitments.Read More
Every January I take some time to look back over the previous year. I reflect on what went well and the aspects that I liked. I look at the challenges of the previous year, what was difficult and how I can rise above those challenges in the upcoming year. This past year was a demanding work year for me. I worked more hours, in more locations, with more intensity than ever before. Yet, reflecting back on how much energy I've been expending, I still feel like I'm not keeping up. At the end of the day, I'm still collapsing into bed with the nagging feeling that I could have and should have done more.
I've spent the past week journaling, studying and reflecting on my priorities, my desires and on the overall vision that I want to create for 2016. What I found is that I had forgotten the importance of one of the most basic (yet life-changing) life coaching tools available: the power of a beautiful question.Read More