We heard from many of you after our Emotional Agility post last week and you’re curious about how to put this concept of emotional agility into practice in your life.
As we continue to live in a time of great uncertainty, we’ve been hearing from many of you that you’re feeling particularly worn down and overwhelmed.
We’ve been hearing from a lot of our clients, colleagues, families, and friends that coming off of the Memorial Day weekend, people are heavy with grief, exhaustion, and frustration
Turn off your email, dump your watch, and just be.
This week, pay attention to “how many days are in your mornings”, and explore ways to be present and awake in your moments.
Caring for one another is good for each and every one of us and is key to your success as a leader.
Taking care and listening to yourself is so important during erosive times. You matter to us, to your loved ones, and to the world.
Show up each day with your gifts and talents, your values and beliefs, and your love for your world. Let the best of you lead during this time.
We have to find a path to our wisdom, and that is often found in stillness.
When people believe that they matter, great things happen!