In order to set our teams (and children) up for success when faced with a task or project, it’s important to communicate clear expectations. Helping them to know what good looks like before they start will allow them to thrive within the guardrails we set.
With every new year comes a new opportunity to start fresh and look to the future full of anticipation and expectation for what’s to come. There is magic to be found as we tap into our dreams and vision for what new experiences are just around the corner. In this week’s podcast, Bethany inspires her listeners to embrace the magic of the new year and new decade.
In today's Courage to Live in Your Trueness podcast, I have special guest Carrie Fleury with me. As a former member of the Air Force, she shares her zig-zag journey to finding her passion as a therapist and counselor. Challenged with others expectations, and this concept called 'should-ing', she describes how fear can be the very thing that empowers us to move forward.
Creating unrealistic expectations, especially around the holidays, can often leave us disappointed and frustrated when it doesn't happen as planned. As much as we want to, the reality is we cannot control people or the outcome. Listen as Bethany shares the importance of remaining realistic and flexible with setting expectations over the holidays.
Thought for the day: Over the years I have learned that the expectations I place on myself are at a lot higher standard than anyone has ever placed on me. When I became pregnant this last year, I began to put together a running list in my head of all the things that I was... Continue Reading →