“You cannot grow in isolation.” This is something I share with those I coach and that I’m learning for myself. It’s easy to stay out of sight, lie for days on end in your cocoon of choice, or if you prefer – with your head comfortably submerged in sand. You can try to run awayContinue reading “Finally Learning that I Don’t Need Permission!”
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Feel Like a Failure? Great Schooling, Big Ambition yet still can’t make Life Work?
One of my readers sent me an email which got me thinking about the frustrations of many individuals who have done EVERYTHING RIGHT yet still feel as if their life isn’t working. Yes, they got the degree or degrees in some cases. Yes they got the job with the great salary. Yes they are comfortableContinue reading “Feel Like a Failure? Great Schooling, Big Ambition yet still can’t make Life Work?”
Self discovery – is this a worthwhile exercise?
In reading a copy of M. Scott Peck’s – The Road Less Traveled and Beyond, in his chapter on Learning and Growth – I discovered this quote by Soren Kierkegaard, who said: A man may perform astonishing feats and comprehend a vast amount of knowledge, and yet have no understanding of himself. But suffering directsContinue reading “Self discovery – is this a worthwhile exercise?”