Personal Mastery

How a 15 min #coaching conversation helped overcome years of self-criticism

I’ve known for a long time about the benefits of meditation. You don’t need to sell me on the practise. I used to think about it all the time and yet wasn’t able to find the activator to cross the boundary from thinking to doing. This persisted for years and turned into a form of self-criticism.

Self-talk, the brain’s own inner observations […]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Coaching, Meditation, Personal Mastery|0 Comments

How do you actually quit worrying & redirect your energy?

Worrying is based on the illusion that by expending negative mental energy you will somehow (magic?) make the situation turn out all right or prevent a catastrophe. We anticipate that something will go wrong or not turn out the way we want it to and doubt that we are capable of managing or controlling the situation.

I worry that a family […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Leadership Skills, Personal Mastery|0 Comments

5 Practical Strategies for Reawakening Your Passion for Work

There comes a time in everyone’s life when it’s time to take stock.  That’s because goals that have been achieved are no longer motivators to continue doing what we are doing; be it the top job, the big house, the new car or launching the next new product.

To determine if “it’s time” for you to take stock, check-in and see if
you […]

By |May 19th, 2011|Personal Mastery, Purpose and Meaning|0 Comments

How to Become More Self Aware Faster…Like now!

Today I co-facilitated an industry lunch for the Calgary Change Management Think Tank using a unique work method called Anecdote Circles.
What are Anecdote Circles?
Anecdote circles are a process and a work method that can be used for a wide range of purposes. It can be used to gather data about what’s really going on in your business, solve sensitive organizational problems, […]

By |August 25th, 2010|Leadership Skills, Learning, Personal Mastery|0 Comments