#AhaOfToday I don’t like to push through the resistance that I sometimes have to do things. It’s so much more rewarding to process the resistance, see what the blockage and decide, with that new information, if I want to continue.
#AhaOfTheWeek The habit of building/creating something and telling people about it is useful everywhere. Yes, even when I’m an internal employee at a company.
#AhaOfToday Axienty’s train of thought runs on a lot of “what ifs…”
#AhaOfToday I’ve noticed that my being afraid to discuss a particular topic with my partner slowly infects with fear other issues that I’d also like to discuss. Squash fears in their infancy. Or make it a daily habit to discuss about fears.
#AhaOfToday For me, being authentic comes with not pushing through when I have resistance to “being friendly/cooperative” or I’m “postponing” or I’m feeling “lazy” etc. It means acknowledging and investigating the sources of the resistance.
#AhaOfToday The habit of building/creating something and telling people about it is useful everywhere. Yes, even when I’m an internal employee at a company.
#AhaOfToday It’s so encouraging to meet with people that dare to be vulnerable. It’s such a precious gift when someone trusts me with their fear and insecurities. I wish I could be like that more.
#AhaOfToday Make a table with two columns. On the left column, write your top 5 values/character traits. On the right, write the antonyms of the words in the left column. The right column contains the characteristics of your shadow side. Any ahas?
#AhaOfTheWeek Making “assume positive intent” more practical: assume that if someone’s work seems sloppy it’s because they’re being asked to do too much stuff.
#AhaOfToday I felt it today in my energy levels: when I moved from the couch to my desk, I became more focused and more analytical.