This week’s Mindful Moment: Moving and shifting into a new, better normal! What does that look like for you, your family, your time, spiritual life, health, energy, money? This weeks challenge, pay attention to what has brought you new found joy in these areas and let that become your better-best normal.
Mindful Moments: Be Brave And Take The Next Step
Today’s challenge... Be brave and take the next step, even if you are afraid!
68: Coaching to Creativity (Podcast)
Did you know that all of us are born with a creative gene? Literally that means that everyone has the ability to be creative. Then why do so many people think they can't be creative? In today’s podcast Bethany shares the power of coaching our teams and children in creativity--there's a creative inside of everyone of us.
60: What Trust Looks Like In Highly Successful Teams (Podcast)
"A team is not a group of people that work together. A team is a group of people that trust each other." -Simon Sinek. If we are going to reach our goals as a team, trust is the key. It doesn't magically happen, it takes time. In this week's podcast, Bethany talks about what trust looks like in highly successful teams.
48: Failing Fearlessly – Cultivating A Safe Environment For Your Team To Turn Failure Into Success
J.K. Rowling states, "It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not lived at all. In which case, you've failed by default." Failing can be scary, risky, and disappointing, but it is also the very thing that leads to growth, innovation, creativity, and breakthrough. In this week's podcast, Bethany talks about the power of creating environments where your teams can fail fearlessly; resulting in exponential success.
Finding Your Unique Sound
I have been to several karaoke parties and found that I am terrible at it--Ha! It seems as though the goal of karaoke is to emulate and sound just like the original artist. I have met people who do amazing at karaoke, and if you had your eyes closed you would almost think it was... Continue Reading →