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Tamara
3 months ago
Expressive Arts Coaching can help you identify what needs to shift within you so that you can show up the way you want to in the world.
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178 sutter denisefeb2021a
DLSutter Coaching & Consulting
5 months ago
For years, I have referred to my career as 'the long and winding road' after one of my favorite Beatles songs. As a kid I loved the Beatles and this song was on my first Beatles album that I played and played and played again. At the time, I had no idea how that song would reflect my career path. In my youth the expected path was to graduate high school, go to college, get a job, get married, have a family, retire. Then came the time to apply for college. What was my major? This was a daunting question. I had no idea! I was good at math, music and history. So, I applied as a math major. While I was good at math, I wasn't that good at math. Five majors later, I graduated from college and began my career in contract foodservice. While this is not what I imagined, I worked hard and had a solid career. After college came the wedding and baby showers for friends and family with the statements of "your next". Really? Is there a schedule to this life thing? If so, then I'm way behind. My career was going well, but I wasn't fulfilled. It took me a few years, some workshops and a kick in the pants from a friend that got me to go to graduate school. This was game changing! I felt like I was now in my element. My graduate school performance was extraordinarily better than my undergraduate performance. I was enjoying class so much that I included my job in my projects. This turned into my first training job with my current employer. How great is this! I didn't have to look for a job using my masters degree and I knew the business! My training career was filled with lots of twists and turns, hills and valleys. With every twist and turn, I learned, I grew, I expanded my perspective. I was still not on 'the path'. I was told I was a 'late bloomer'. What does that mean? Again with the life schedule thing! It has taken me a lot of years to realize that there is no schedule to life. My life path gave me so many experiences that have contributed to who I am today and I wouldn't change any of it. Yes, some people have a very straight path and some have a very twisted path. Neither path is wrong. Our life schedule is our life schedule and it is not wrong and we are not behind or ahead. Life is an experience and this experience is different for each and every one of us. So, embrace the long and winding road of life. Open yourself up to every experience and know that your experience is yours and that is the right path for you. #lifepath #yourpath #lifeexperience #change #experience #followyourpath #beopen
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Guidely Admin
5 months ago
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Gila
5 months ago
Listen to my latest podcast! Available on Youtube, Anchor.fm, Audible, Amazon Music, Castbox, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more! Take the time today to listen to your body, mind, and heart for the wisdom to step into deeper Divine Balance. It is time to release the old patterns and mental stories that are keeping you in stress or in fight/flight mode. When you feel the whisper of anxiety, depression, or overwhelm step into it. Acknowledge its presence and know it is not you. It is a version of you that has not healed or is releasing generational trauma or old wounds. Do the inner work to release it in a sacred way. State that you are done with it. Connect with me to assist you to release anything that is not serving you. Use this Full Moon energy to write release statements and burn them safely or tear them up. Meditate on surrendering them to the Divine or your angels. The energy is filled with stardust and possibilities allow yourself to receive it with conscious awareness and creation!
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7 months ago
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Christy
7 months ago
I am so excited to join this community and help guide!
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Shira at Guidely
7 months ago
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178 sutter denisefeb2021a
DLSutter Coaching & Consulting
8 months ago
Learning how to fall. I great up listening to Paul Simon both as a solo artist and as a part of Simon & Garfunkel. This weekend, I heard a Paul Simon song I was not familiar with, " Learn how to fall". The title connected with me immediately. Falling is something that athletes learn to help them improve in their sport and avoid injury. What if everyone took the same approach to fear. What would it look like if we all learned that falling is learning. Falling helps us to grow from the experience and move forward to even greater opportunities? How would learning to fall impact you? For me, I believe I will take more chances, understanding that falling (failure) is how we grow. What will you try today knowing you could fail? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqlaLXAoJN0 #fallingisgrowing; #learnfromfailure; #failuremakesusstronger
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9 months ago
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9 months ago
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Dr. Joy Hicks
10 months ago
5 Things Extremely Fulfilled People Do That You Don t Everyone wants to live a happy, fulfilled life, right? Look around you and notice the happy people who seem to roll with the punches. No matter what life throws at them, they find contentment and meaning wherever they are. So how do they do it? What do extremely fulfilled people do that you re not doing? Here are some suggestions. 1. They know themselves People who are content and fulfilled have a good idea of their strengths and weaknesses. They don t berate themselves for not being perfect, but they focus on what they do well and work on the things they could improve. 2. They stay connected People who are content and fulfilled in their lives tend to maintain healthy social networks. They stay connected to friends and family. They prioritize spending time with the people they love and have lots of support to rely on when things get tough. 3. They believe in themselves Fulfilled people have solid self-esteem and quiet inner confidence that life is pretty good. Confident people tend to have more friends and are more successful generally. Confidence sets up a positive circle that breeds more success, more happiness, and more confidence. 4. They are grateful Happy people are grateful. Not just for their success but for everything in their lives. No matter what else is going on, fulfilled people can always find something to be grateful for. Gratitude is an excellent habit to cultivate. The more you focus on the good things in your life, the more good things there will be. Gratitude is energizing and positive and generates its own momentum. 5. They have a purpose People who are happy and fulfilled don t just wait around for good things to happen to them. They have a purpose in life that is aligned with their values, and they just go for it. Extremely fulfilled people focus on doing what they feel they were made to do, what brings them satisfaction at the end of the day, and what makes a positive contribution to the world.
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Genea Barnes
10 months ago
To get to the next level we have to do something we have not done before. Sometimes this feels scary, and sometimes you will fall and have to try again. Make sure that you keep getting up and stepping out of your comfort zone, it is what will help you get to what you want to be and where you want to be. #yougotthis
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Brooke
1 years ago
Habits are the little things that make phenomenal changes! Change a small habit and you will change your life. You will never be the best you until you master the minor things! Let me help make your future attainable.
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178 sutter denisefeb2021a
DLSutter Coaching & Consulting
1 years ago
The Leaf: Leaves are starting to fall. This brings many thoughts to mind about school, football, and cooler temperatures. For me, a single Fall leaf which landed on my car windshield brought a special memory and lesson to mind. It was the mid 90s and I was working in a very busy, very short staffed operation. Every day was stressful. Every day was exhausting. It was not uncommon for me to be literally running around the operation putting out fires and supporting team members and customers. On one of these manic days, I was running around as normal, although it was a rougher day than most. It was a day when everything was going wrong. I was on a mission. Then I heard a rough gravely voice behind me; "Ms. Denise! Ms. Denise! Ms. Denise!" It was the voice of Peggy, a very reliable and hard working team member. She never needed direction and always asked before going on smoke breaks. She had intellectual disabilities. It was often a relief to know that she was there. This particular day, the stress was high and while she was behind me calling my name, I just kept moving forward, focused on the issue at hand. She kept calling, "Ms. Denise! Ms. Denise! Ms. Denise!" I was on edge. I turned around quickly and yelled, "What Peggy?!" There Peggy was standing holding up a Fall leaf in her hand. I paused to hear Peggy say, "I picked this up for you on my walk to work". I paused. I slowed down. I was overwhelmed by her kindness. The world stopped for me in that moment. I walked back to my office with her and pinned that leaf on my bulletin board. For the next several weeks, she brought me a Fall leaf every day. My bulletin board became a beautiful reminder of the simple things. Our world can get pretty crazy. Pause. Listen. Slow Down. Peggy taught me this.
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Maximum Impact Council
1 years ago
How to Get More Benefits Out of Coaching Sessions In this article, you will learn seven things you need to do to get the maximum benefits from any coaching session. Before you choose a coach or mentor, decide what you need in the mentor-mentee relationship. Once you have an idea of what you want to accomplish, you can begin the process of finding a mentor that will help you with your goals. Here are some guidelines you can use to select your mentor/coach: 1. Find someone who cares about you and wants you to succeed. 2. It needs to be someone who will hold you accountable. 3. You need someone who will challenge you and at the same time encourage you. 4. You need someone who has experience in the area that you are interested in. Here are seven things you can do to get the maximum benefits from your coaching sessions: 1. Meet with your mentor regularly  once a month. 2. Keep the time to about one hour. 3. Take time to prepare yourself for that session.
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Maximum Impact Council
1 years ago
Eight Barriers That Block Growth In my new business book, The 5 Secret Fears of Failing in Business, I reveal these fears and show how you can overcome them. Growth is the only guarantee that tomorrow is going to be better.  Dr. John C. Maxwell In this article, I am sharing eight barriers that can block your personal and professional growth. They include self-sabotage, pride, defensiveness, anxiety, fears, insecurity, comfort zone, and distraction. SELF-SABOTAGE: One of the reasons many people live below their capacity is because they doubt themselves and their ability. We talk to ourselves in our heads. What we are telling ourselves can have a more significant impact than what others are telling us. Are you optimistic about your inner-self? Or are you self-sabotaging? When you hear the whisper of self-doubt, repeat several times these three simple words: Yes, I can.  And after that, get going. PRIDE: We all have some pride. Pride can manifest itself in many ways. One way is an expression of overconfidence. Pride can be a huge barrier to learning and growth because it keeps you from admitting your weaknesses and need help. I keep my pride in check because I talk to it and remind it of my mission and purpose in life. DEFENSIVENESS: Past negative experiences and failures can cause us to reject new information and new ideas. We often create a massive barricade in our hearts and minds that makes it challenging to absorb knowledge and ideas. Defensiveness can keep us from learning and growing. What barriers do you need to pull down? Take a moment to think about your barricades. List them and decide how you will tear them down. ANXIETY: Fears can cause anxiety. Anxiety can make us impatient. When I coached youth in new soccer techniques, I reminded them that slow is fast  in learning a new technique or principle. Whether it was dribbling or passing, players often wanted to try it fast before they mastered the basic principles. We often approach many things in life and business with a fast-food, drive-thru restaurant mindset. To continue to learn and grow, you must allow enough time for the knowledge to sink in and bear fruit. FEARS: Don t let fears dominate your life. You are a courageous creature. Understand the difference between the need to be prepared, the wisdom to be vigilant, and being overpowered by fears. A close examination of my life revealed that 80 percent of the things I feared never happened. Ten percent of the things that I feared happened because I was too worried about them. The remaining 10 percent are things that would have happened anyway. I had no control over them. They happened so I could learn an important life lesson. INSECURITY: Insecurity is another form of fear. To grow, you must manage your insecurity and create an internal and external environment that makes you and the people around you feel more secure. If you are insecure, not only can it stop you from learning and growing, but it can also cause other people around you to feel insecure about you and themselves. Unchecked insecurity can be contagious and keep people stalled in indecision. COMFORT ZONE: If you are going to grow, you must be ready to experience some discomfort. Before the pandemic hit, I hired a physical trainer to help me with my workout regimens. Every session was brutal and painful. She pushed me beyond my comfort zone. The results were also outstanding. I got stronger and leaner. I accomplished more in less time. I also learned new techniques I could apply at home or when I travel. Don t be too comfortable in the comfort zone, for there is no growth in that zone. Embrace the uncomfortable zone if you re wanting to grow. DISTRACTION: We live in a world full of distractions. Social media, a 24/7 news cycle, and increased access to you through technology (did you just get a text message?) make it harder to focus. Even when we are not distracted by a screen or physical object, we often allow our minds to wonder. Distraction is doing something when you should be doing something else. There is no such thing as an effective multitasker. How to avoid distraction and remain focused on the task at hand? The answer is simple. Apply these principles. If you do these five things consistently, you will be more focused and overcome daily distractions: " Be disciplined " Assign a time to each important task " Focus on that task during the scheduled time " Plan your week (preferably every Sunday afternoon) " Practice and persist Take a moment to identify which of these barriers stand in the path of your personal and business growth. After you have recognized these blocks, decide today that you are going to tear them down. Make a plan and go after them. Illens Dort Coach  Author  Speaker Note: The content of this article is taken from my new business book.
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178 sutter denisefeb2021a
DLSutter Coaching & Consulting
1 years ago
Walking in another persons shoes. This is a commonly used phrase, but is it practiced? What if we paused to reflect on what those shoes and those steps would feel like? When you are stuck in traffic, pause and ask yourself; what if you had to take public transportation to work and run basic errands? When you are preparing a fresh salad, pause and ask yourself; what if you lived in a food dessert and did not have access to fresh vegetables? When you are taking online classes at home, pause and ask yourself; what if you had to go to a local McDonalds to use their wifi to take classes? When you walk into your warm and safe home, pause and ask yourself; what if you were homeless never knowing where you were going to sleep each night. Every day, countless people are dealing with all of these what if situations and many more. Remember them. Remember the shoes they walk in and the steps they take. #walkinanothersshoes,#remember,#community
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178 sutter denisefeb2021a
DLSutter Coaching & Consulting
1 years ago
I have always been an overachiever. That does not mean that I've always been successful. I have failed many times. Through the failures I have always learned and grown. I have never felt broken; at least not until 2018. That is when everything changed. My work was questioned, my data was debated, my information was contradicted. Everything I knew to be true was considered false. I could not reconcile what I knew to be true with what I was being told. How could I be that far off? I was broken. That chapter closed. I was heartbroken. I dwelled on what had happened to me. I was broken. I set a goal to prove them wrong. I was broken. I grew. I reflected. I learned. I thought I was healed. The pandemic hit. I was broken and separated from my community. I took a leap of faith. I worked hard to prove my worth. I was broken. I learned this new community was safe. I relaxed. I let down my guard. I was valued here. I was healing. I changed many things. I made big life decisions I didn't think I was ready for. I was ready. I grew. I learned. I owned my direction forward. I was healing. Then, at the end of a long and tiring day, I got the word. My talent, my knowledge, my experience was valued. I paused. Was this true? Was this journey over? Maybe I am not broken. Maybe I was listening to the wrong voices. Maybe the brokenness I experienced made me even stronger. I own my greatness and my flaws. I own my past, my present and my future. I am learning and growing every day. I am authentically me. I am strong. I am thriving. I am valued. I am whole. I am phenomenal. #broken; #kintsugi; #growth; #healing; #community
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