You're wiser than you think, but sometimes, you forget what you know. You may find yourself 'falling back asleep' as you slip into old, habits and patterns that don't serve you. Maintaining deep and lasting change requires on-going effort. It's not always easy.
Recently, I was asked "What advice would you give to help people achieve their goals in 2021?" The answer is simple:
1. Stay awake (conscious, aware)
2. Remember what you know (lessons learned, wisdom)
3. Apply what you know (wisdom) to your everyday life
And speaking of wisdom, imagine finding a buried treasure right in your own back yard and all you have to do...is unearth it.
LIVING YOUR WISDOM: SIMPLE STRATEGIES FOR ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS AND DREAMS
Join me via Zoom to explore the power of wisdom and choice in creating a more meaningful and fulfilling life. I’ll show you how to discover and apply your own inner-wisdom to live your life joyfully and by design. You’ll leave this workshop with new perspectives, tools and strategies for taking those all-important and sometimes daunting first steps in the direction of your goals and dreams.
Wednesday January 27, 2021
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Don't miss it!
Wishing you a happy and healthy New Year!
In my 11/23/20 post, I highlighted the importance of not taking the ‘little stuff’ for granted. With COVID-19 surging across the country, it’s more important than ever to find sources of comfort and inspiration in both the big stuff and the little stuff. You can start by looking right outside your window.
We all know that nature heals and rejuvenates. I started my day with a walk outdoors at 6:30 AM. Bundled up in layers, I headed out the door into 22 degrees, no big deal for a Chicago native. Braving the elements is invigorating and provides a sense of accomplishment. Except for the moon and a few stars accompanying me, I had the neighborhood to myself. The sun rose as I walked and when I headed east, I was greeted by a blue sky streaked with pinkish orange clouds. Is that a great way to start the day or what?!
While COVID-19 requires us to stay home more, being outdoors is not prohibited. Humans are hard-wired to appreciate and thrive on nature’s beauty, so I challenge you to take a walk outdoors this week and rather than being in your head, be with your surroundings. Notice any thoughts or feelings that come up as you mindfully observe and take it all in. Let me know how it goes.
I coach women of all ages, but my specialty is coaching women at midlife and beyond.