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Was this really my beginning?

Was this really my beginning?

March 24, 2018
Richard Anton

Earliest Memories

 

I still remember being a small boy, no more than 5 or 6 years old, sitting on the floor at my mother's feet. Something caught my attention. I looked back and there was my mom sitting sideways on the couch, with another woman. They sat facing each other, leaning in, holding back tears.

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Leadership Coaching Improves Careers

Leadership Coaching Improves Careers

January 30, 2018
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My eyes closed ever so gently as I prepared to enter into my daily meditation. I stretched my spine upwards and breathed in deeply. My mind began to wander.

 

I had concerns about improving my work relationships, influence and about working with a leadership coach. I decided to make an initial appointment, meet face to face and ask questions. I met with a potential coach and interviewed him. I just didn’t see any way around this.

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I'm Head Gardener Here

I'm Head Gardener Here

June 5, 2017
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It's springtime. At this time of year, I find myself dreaming about spending time in my garden, feeling the warm glow of the sun, and tending to new growth. A little fertilizer here, a tiny little prune there. I developed my love of gardening with my mother. It is where we spent time together bonding. Years later she is gone, but her love of gardening lives with me, bigger than ever. One gardening lesson I learned from my mom is that whether we have to or not, we all grow and evolve. We all need to be nurtured, loved, attended to, and supported and if we get these needs met, we flourish.

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Focused Minds

Focused Minds

January 17, 2017
Farah Premji

Our brain is a remarkable organ! They are never idle. When presented with something interesting in our environment – like a sunset or fireworks during the fourth of July – our brain is at once engaged. But have you ever wondered what happens when we aren’t taking an interest in our external environment anymore, or when our minds aren’t focusing on anything? Well, it is in these circumstances, that we are more susceptible to anxiety, stress, depression, and negativity. 

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A Disconcerting Realization

A Disconcerting Realization

December 5, 2016
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It might be somewhat disconcerting to admit that despite how capable and successful you have been up till the present moment, that you now find yourself embroiled in conflict. You are definitely not feeling corporate support. It's almost bizarre, but you feel their pressure, as if you have somehow slipped out of favor and are no longer seen as the high performer you've always been.

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Valuable Feedback - The Sweet Spot

Valuable Feedback - The Sweet Spot

November 9, 2016
Richard Anton

On occasion we are told something that we just don't want to hear - but it can be valuable. To hear feedback from a neutral party, that is consistent with the feedback that we've been hearing from those at home and at work, may be all we need to start believing in it's validity. We need to be able to take this in, so that we can change and grow.

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