Change the Dialogue, Change the Culture

The Mind Isn't the Only Critical Place You Have to Manage!

Sometimes we start out with the best intentions to think and speak only positive thoughts, but the people around us can throw our mind off course.  As career women the office lunchroom, even work meetings can be a potential pitfall for falling into the negative thoughts that others are communicating.  Sometimes even at the gym as you wait to get into your workout class, a conversation is buzzing with critical gossip.  Not everyone has taken advantage of the gift of coaching and from there have learned the tools to fully understand the power our thoughts and words have, or even if they do, they may be stuck in the familiar patterns of critical thinking, whether toward themselves or others.  Much of our thought habit and patterns of communication take the form of complaining and criticizing, and it can be hard to find a way into certain conversations without lapsing into these.

Decyphering What Is In Our Control and What Isn't

This week I've been reminding clients of the importance of asking ourselves, what do you have control of and what do you not have control of. Sometimes the coaching call is all about how to separate out one from the other. It's not an easy task all the time. For example, in this circumstance, you do have control to choose not to participate in negativity or to find a way to influence the situation in a positive direction. In the right company, you may even be able to directly acknowledge the fact that things have taken a negative turn, thus freeing yourself and others from the negative pull. A powerful way to free yourself from the negative thinking going around you is to enlist the support of others who are similarly minded. You and a friend, a coworker, or a family member may agree to work together to continually shift any negativity into a positive direction.  You've heard about telling those around you that you are choosing to eat healthier or go on a social media free fast for accountability, sharing that you are working on your mindset wellness isn't any different!  You’ve heard the term “power in numbers” – this is equally true in promoting change. As you work together to lift the energy around you, you will be amazed to see how quickly the positive pull begins to draw people in, freeing one mind after another from negativity and onto a more positive mindset and path. You're on your way to being the change agent toward changing the culture around you!

Are you ready to be a part of an empowering group culture?
  • Have you been interested in the experience of what it's like to be coached? Perhaps you are also looking for coaching that is a bit more affordable for you.
  • If you are tired of feeling alone and isolated in the spin cycle of second-guessing, self-doubt, feeling not as confident as you'd like and done with chasing perfectionism, this is for you.

I've got just the group for you starting in April 2019. AND it's all online with me~

Time to go from doubting to feeling sure and secure!

Our group provides coaching with me and the support, feedback, and accountability of like-minded women, all challenged by self-doubt that has gotten in their way. ~ We meet online, via Zoom, 1x/week on Wednesday's starting 4/3/19, you choose the best time for you. ~ One online group at 9:00AM-10:20 AM PT and ~ One online group at 6:00-7:20 PM PT., and ~ An affordable way to get coaching, support, a dose of accountability toward the change you want to make and experience a great social community. ~ Each group limited to 8. Reserve your spot today.   And, if you want to talk any of this through, have questions about the group or want to flush out a thought keeping you up at night, please step into a no cost, 30-minute call with me. On the call we will:

    • Help you get started on tackling a challenge you are dealing with;
    • Discuss the benefits of working together, and
    • You will walk away with at least 1 coaching tool and strategy that you can immediately put into action!

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