If being Thoughtfully Fit® was just about your relationship with yourself, things would be so much easier! However, our lives are built on relationships so at some point we must also focus on others. [Read more…]
I was facilitating my small group coaching meeting last week, and we were talking about strength. Not physical strength, but the mental strength to show up how you want. To be in control of your attitude, energy and emotions. [Read more…]
We all love to complain about the things that are not right in our lives and relationships. People often come to me for coaching because they are dissatisfied with some area of their life. But what’s interesting is how many of them express that this dissatisfaction is caused by others. That it’s something they can’t change. They need their boss to learn to be more supportive. Their kids to stop whining. Their co-worker to stop wasting their time with stupid questions. [Read more…]
After my last post, you may be wondering how we landed on the name Thoughtfully Fit for my new leadership model. Part of the answer is no more complicated than the fact that I love a good metaphor! As a lifelong physical fitness devotee, I really liked the idea of building on that concept, but applying it to your mind instead of your body. [Read more…]
You guys! I am really excited. Christmas morning when you think Santa might bring you a bike excited. Taco Tuesday excited.
After all these years of studying, coaching, reading, teaching, training, consulting, more reading, listening, and learning, it has all come to this. [Read more…]