The Daily Scramble, Dealing with Change
When you travel you see such amazing things like this view from the top of a mountain near Christchurch New Zealand. I hope your trips are over the top exhilarating. These tips might help to keep you safe and to increase your fun.
The title sounds like a novel. Right? Well, it’s not. This actually happened to me. Here’s my story….
One of my hoped-for outcomes from this trip and from developing a ‘travelling while working’ lifestyle is to cut out the unproductive activities that I’ve been doing to make my business function. If I don’t need them while traveling, why do I need them when I’m not...
All my clients know I talk about skinny branches, taking risks, mitigating risks, being comfortable with the uncomfortable. One of my favorite sayings is ‘Life is lived at the edge of your comfort zone.’ To get into position for this photo I had to climb out on the...
I’ve come back from my trip to New Zealand, Australia and the Philippines. However, I still have thoughts spurred by my recent adventures that I’d like to share.
In my journey I can see how much I’ve changed. Over a year ago I wrote out notes about how I was going to take a year to travel in 2019, still support clients, make contact with people with people around the world, learn, take on new clients, modify my business to make it happen, etc. After reading what I wrote last February and my journal entries throughout the year and notes from coaching conversations, I see I’ve followed Tuckman’s model of ‘Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing.’Perhaps reading this you can relate to how change is working in your life or organization.