One of the keys to coaching others, including our children, is allowing them to find solutions to problems and challenges they face. As a coach, its easy to step into that role of being “the fixer”; always having the answer. As a continuous improvement coach, Bethany shares the value of allowing others to lean into their struggle and find their answers—developing powerful people with powerful solutions.
When something bad happens the first thing we think of is who is at fault? We are quick to point fingers, cast blame, and play the victim. But true maturity is being able to accept responsibility for our messes and mistakes, and have the courage to hold others accountable for when their actions impact us. In this week's podcast Bethany shares her funny story on how blaming the lawn mower isn't going to fix the problem.