Tag: coaching

Podcast – Episode #21 – The Healthy Challenge

Podcast – Episode #21 – The Healthy Challenge

In this episode Vernice and I are deciding to take on a healthy personal challenge. We are sharing some of our experience while the challenge is going on and talk about what we have learned from it. The final 20 minutes are about our exploration of what the term “playing big” means to us. Sources mentioned in this podcast: How…

Podcast – Episode #20 – Transform Your Own Consciousness

Podcast – Episode #20 – Transform Your Own Consciousness

In this episode Vernice and I explore ways to transform your own consciousness. We look into the energy that is around openness and how we can overcome our own defensiveness. We talk about pink clowns, Harry Potter and the sky and clouds and how this all relates to our self-awareness and its transformation. You can find, listen and subscribe to…

Podcast – Episode #19 – Invisible and Being Seen

Podcast – Episode #19 – Invisible and Being Seen

Vernice and I discuss in this episode the cost of staying invisible, not allowing ourselves to be seen and what this actually means. We also talk about ways of seeing others, what this means to them, how this possibly feels and what the impact on us and others of being seen and taking a risk of being seen could be.…

Podcast Episode #17 – Connection and Intimacy is out

Podcast Episode #17 – Connection and Intimacy is out

The new podcast episode of The Goodlife Podcast is out. Connection and intimacy is an ongoing conversation between our selves and the world inside and outside of ourselves. Vernice and I take you on a journey of how this kind of conversation might look like. We might connect with someone through the portals of their eyes. Shared vulnerability is involved…

Increase Performance By Turning Conflicts Into Creation And Innovation

Increase Performance By Turning Conflicts Into Creation And Innovation

Every leader dreams of having a cohesive team with employees who enjoy working together and can collaborate in a productive, innovative, and harmonious manner. Unfortunately, though, that’s just not possible all of the time. People have strong opinions and differing viewpoints. Sometimes personalities mesh, and sometimes they clash. And you cannot predict and avoid every tense situation or conflict. So…

Redefining the Modern Day Career Path

Redefining the Modern Day Career Path

The days of working for one company until you retire are just about behind us. Climbing the ladder of the corporate world used to rule the day. It was an era where company loyalty was often awarded by promotions and advancements through the ranks, leading employees to remain with the same company until the day they decide to hang up…

Leadership Gap – Avoid Feeling Like An Imposter

Leadership Gap – Avoid Feeling Like An Imposter

It is reported that 99 out of 100 leaders around the globe have felt like an imposter at some stage in their career. During these moments, leaders feel that they are not worthy of the position and title that they have been granted. They may be able to put on a good face in front of those they are meant…

The Importance of Dealing with Stress at Work

The Importance of Dealing with Stress at Work

Sooner or later, no matter the job title or the company, people are going to experience stress at work. In fact, the American Psychological Association conducted surveys recently which indicated nearly two-thirds of Americans list work as a prime source for stress. Further studies showed about one-third of employees experiencing chronic work stress, while only 36 percent of those surveyed…

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