Inside of the practice of accepting I am enough, I am drawn to experimenting with ways to stay present, even when I am uncomfortable. I am very uncomfortable right now about the Penn State affair and appreciated reading a post Brene Brown wrote about it. She is a researcher on shame and discusses the systemic culture ofRead the Rest…
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A Wisdom-Driven Strategy Day
Because we so enjoyed working with you all we are hosting another “What’s Next?” day at the Warren Conference Center on Thursday, January 16th. Visit the link below for details.
Leading from Enough
Join us in our Practice Day, a leadership experience, where we discover the moves we automatically make under pressure. This day will focus on improving communication and leadership skills by developing greater self-awareness of our inner experience and its connection to our communication style, both verbal and nonverbal.
Community Call: Completion Sets Us Free
In this moment we are in an inquiry about what we mean by being complete. For many of us we think of it as finishing, ending or stopping something. Completing is, however, something different and distinct from ending or something being over.
Join us for a rich conversation with Gina LaRoche, master of the completion process. December 19th at noon ET of 75 mins to discover the what, how and why of getting complete.
Register here and get the free recording delivered to your inbox plus a special gift.
Hear It Now
We had a lively discussion with The Great Give founder Abby Allen and board president of the Global Sufficiency Network on Give Your Way to Enough. We also kicked off a 30-Day Giving Challenge to give something each day and to do it inside of a community we are locating on Facebook – like the page here to participate this way and you can join The Great Give easily here. (Register on The Great Give with your FB acct to make it all synced up!)
The important thing is not what you give but but what your giving provides for you and the receiver. In our intention to live a life grounded in our enoughness, giving offers us access to being part of the natural flow of life, to experiencing our interconnectedness and to enjoy the freedom that facing our “holding” patterns provides.