It’s a New Year with a fresh slate. What would you do if you were not afraid?
Each year we have an opportunity to look ahead and decide what we want for ourselves over the coming 12 months. Perhaps it is better health, loosing a few extra pounds, wanting to have more friendships, learn something new, travel, or tackle that project you have always wanted to do. What most people don’t realize;
Holidays mean gift giving, when we show our appreciation and gratitude for others and them with us. If you are like us, you have more stuff than you need and there is an opportunity to receive a different kind of gift this year.
Reflection is a key component to learning. Without it, it is difficult to make change, improve, and grow. Step 1 to setting yourself up for a successful 2017 is reflecting on 2016, here’s how.
It is no secret that effective leadership requires strong listening skills. However, most of us are never taught how to listen to understand. As leaders, we focus on how well we speak and good listening becomes assumption, a skill most of us take for granted and believe we do well. Spoiler alert: We don’t!
All entrepreneurs have passion and a vision to help people and change the world. However, truth be told, some entrepreneurs are better at it than others. So what is it that separates the good from the great? It is simple, curiosity.
Want to hold better conversations? Find out how in these quick, 3 easy tips.
We are loving all the attention directed at the importance of curious conversations and the power of curiosity, especially at a time when people feel engaging conversations are a luxury rather than a need! We are all born with the skills to be curious in conversations and sometime we just need to relearn what we already know. Here are 3 easy steps to having curious conversations anytime, with anyone
“I want strategies to use when I disagree with someone and find myself in conflict with them. How can I have drama-free conversations?” Sound familiar?
In our busy lives, most of us aren’t even aware of how distracted we are. Such distractions interfere with our abilities to nurture relationships and create repercussions for us as leaders, parents, or colleagues. Setting an intention to ABSORB ensures we become present and remain in the moment to listen, which is the first of our Curiosity Skills. ABSORB stands for..