Now that the first wave of the pandemic has been declared as being over, people all over the world are beginning to navigate the journey to a new normal.
Let me ask you a coiuple of questions:
I have reflected on what this might look like and how we got here. So if re interested in getting inspired then please continue to read here.
Isn't it amazing that 2020 is nearly over? To me it seems like it has gone by much faster than usual, despite all the COVID 19 restrictions. It makes me wonder how on earth we got ourselves into this situation?
In today’s article I will be exploring:
So if you are interested in joining an exchange on this topic and getting inspired to rebuild your trust in what is then please do email me with your thoughts.more
Given the current situation in our external world, I thought it might be stimulating to share a short story about a very lucky lady. A lady who had a new heart. In a pandemic world. The lucky bit is that somewhere out there, an inspiring soul had donated their organ at their own will to save someone else’s life.
This story is not only meant to highlight the importance of organ donation. It also is a tribute to modern medicine and some incredibly talented, caring and gifted professionals. Apart from that, it might just help to put things that are happening in this world into perspective and give you some thoughts on how to pull through these challenging times.
How are you fairing with the insecurities of our times? The media is full with news about the breakdown of financial markets, relationship dramas, break down of political frames like the EU – even tornados turn up in unusual places!!
In times like this we often tend to forget that change and ambiguity always have been part of our existence, a simple example of this are the four seasons in nature. Some years ago I created a growth cycle that talks to this ambiguity based on the four seasons.more
Vulnerability - something we don't often talk about...
Recently, I have noticed that the following topics keep popping up as challenges for clients in quite a few of my coaching sessions:
• The importance of what others think of me and above all
• Not showing any weakness
All of these three points are holding people back from becoming the best they can be. Let us take a closer look at the underlying motivations behind these aspects.more