Many years ago, when I was a manager in corporate, I had a team member who changed from being cheerful and open to sullen and withdrawn.
Matt* arrived at our coaching session wondering how to get stuff done without feeling rushed all the time.
Much as I appreciate you reading this post, did you open it intentionally, or did you find yourself clicking into it on impulse?
I’ve been thinking about state, the phenomenon we often call “state of mind”.
One day back in the summer, I was walking up a quiet path in nearby woodland, when I saw something that made me do a double-take.
I recently listened to a Desert Island Discs episode featuring the late Raymond Briggs, author and illustrator famous for The Snowman.
Jack* approached me for coaching because he’d recently been promoted to Head of Finance and was feeling overwhelmed.
As August turns to September, I’m guessing you’re likely to be sitting in one of two camps.
Where is your breath right now? When I ask my clients this, they’re often perplexed by the question. “My nose? My mouth? I’m not sure what you mean.”
A few years back, my husband and I decided to divvy up particular jobs in the house. One of the jobs Bryan took on was emptying the dishwasher every day, which he did without fail.