I used to have a very active and very harsh inner critic. Even when I was successful and did...
Most of us – men and women – like to get compliments on our appearance. Sure, it’s a little bit vain, but it’s nice to be acknowledged for a new, attractive haircut, a flattering dress or shirt, or recent weight loss. It’s nice when someone says, “You look great!” After all, the way we dress, style our hair, and accessorize our outfits is part of how we express ourselves in the world. It’s the first thing that people “see” about us.
That’s why it’s been so sad to watch my male colleagues struggle with giving compliments to women at work – or just stop doing it entirely. One guy, let’s call him Peter, whom I considered a good friend, told me that the company’s sexual harassment training had totally scared him. He felt that he had to stop saying anything about a woman’s appearance for fear of it being taken the wrong way.
Divine Turbulence is a profoundly moving story that demonstrates the power of faith, perseverance, resilience, and – above all – love
In my vocation as a Transcendent Leadership Coach, all I do every day is facilitate conversations with leaders to get them out of their comfort zone. There seems to be a preoccupation with trusting the known realm more than the unknown realm, and yet all the magic and miracles lie in what you don’t know you don’t know.
One of the inspirations behind my brand name TRANSCENDENCE: Living a Life of Meaning was the final version of Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. . . What many people don’t know is that Maslow added a sixth and higher tier to his hierarchy later in life.
With a blindfold over my eyes, I reached into the velvet pouch that someone held in front of me....