As I write this, it is the end of May, and I have been in a state of flux since mid-February. The term, state of flux, is define as a state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action –– and this is exactly where I’ve been.
Life changes, and sometimes, those changes can come at you fast, and it can be difficult to adjust. Even as a coach, I struggle with unforeseen life-changing events, and it takes me a bit of time to recover from the initial shock before digging into my tool bag, and searching for tools to help me cope, heal, and adjust. This is a process that can’t be rushed. It is a process that incorporates a series of practices that need to be practiced, daily. Here are 4 daily focuses that have helped me over these past 3 months of recovery:Read More