I’ve spent 50+ years intentionally involved in change. I’ve learned a great deal along the way about how to successfully navigate the turbulence that it often causes. I want to share those lessons with you, which is the purpose of this blog. But, I have also created over 120+ videos that you can access on my Facebook TransformingLives.Coach page. And you don’t need 50 years, or even 50 minutes to learn something new about change. The videos range in length from 2-8 minutes. Take a break, and strengthen your change muscle.
I am excited to share my latest article, just published in choice, the magazine of professional coaching. “The Hero’s Journey: The Universal Change Journey for Coaches” presents a five-element model for helping your client address the question, “Who do I have to be and what do I have to pay attention to in order to significantly increase my chances of successfully achieving my intentions?”
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The enso. A circle.
The symbol is taken from Zen Buddhism, and is interpreted as “absolute enlightenment,” “strength,” or “elegance.”
It may be drawn so that the circle is closed, or open; my preference–as shown here–is the latter. A closed circle is a symbol of perfection, and I don’t believe any of us ever achieves that. Open, it reflects the possibility of continuing movement and development. I do believe that possibility exists for each of us.
This week I posted a version of this essay on my Change Mentor blog; it was my last posting there. It is also a time of new beginnings; [Read more…]