Is it easier for you to give appreciation than to receive appreciation? There’s the old fear of being “too full of myself.” But I laugh when I remember “Who else would I be full of anyway?” Fully and deeply taking in appreciation can cause a few things to happen: A sense of coming home to yourself A sense of greater continue reading…
Are you touched by a deep, heart-felt calling to expand your impact and contribute your gifts to the global shift that’s emerging? Yet, the magnitude of change needed can be daunting. Now, the power of the collective is ushering in a new era where connection, community and co-creation are key — because together we can do so much more than we can alone.
Each of us has a purpose, a reason for our life. We are all designed to be something, to do something. Unfortunately, most people have lost this fundamental self-knowledge, and life becomes frustrating, scattered and demand-driven without an inner compass. Imagine instead the deep fulfillment of reconnecting with the part of you that knows your purpose and path.
Every organization has a deeper purpose. Most leaders do not know how to find and articulate it, so it remains unconscious and unfulfilled — yet that innate purpose needs to be expressed. That expression contains the great work that will cause your organization to thrive, attracting and retaining the best team members, partners and investors, and leaving the world a better place.
As a change agent, you are called to step up to service at the highest level. Yet, it’s not easy to translate that calling into a business that gives you the financial rewards of a sustainable livelihood. You may also be feeling dissatisfied, knowing you are meant to transform clients at a deeper level. Imagine being able to connect your clients to their higher guidance and purpose.
As global transformation accelerates, more individuals and organizations are called to participate in creating a new world. Many institutions and structures that once served society well are now outdated and in desperate need of change. The awareness of this fundamental global shift is increasing over time. Many feel they can do nothing but witness the changes, while others feel called to take direct action in creating and facilitating this great transformation. Read more …
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Fear seems to be an integral part of the human experience – once you overcome the fears in front of you, new ones emerge as you open to bigger opportunities. This is especially true if you feel called to a mission or audacious goal that is stretching you to the limit — it’s likely that doubts and fears are crowding your continue reading…
Clear focus and chaotic unpredictability might seem to be opposites, but in order to stay focused on the path to your goals, you must embrace the uncertainty that lies within and around you. As the world’s challenges get more complex, we need to stop treating chaos as a problem to be solved and honor it as the creative ground that it continue reading…
As we get closer to the final quarter of the year, what gifts and dreams of yours have you abandoned? How would you feel five years from now if they were still unlived? Maybe you’ve always wanted to teach a class or take up painting again – or there’s a book waiting in the wings. It may not be easy continue reading…