Navigating This Challenging Time Together
I’m checking in to see how you’re holding up in this time of uncertainty and stress. I know how I’m feeling, and I wanted to share what I’m doing to feel more centered and grounded while holed up in less than 800 square feet!
- Meditation – starting my day with meditation, as usual, but doing even more/longer meditations
- Gratitude – reflecting on what and who I’m grateful for (that includes YOU) and writing in my Five Minute Journal
- Exercising – riding my Peloton and doing longer workouts. I’m also going to incorporate some Kundalini yoga and barre3 videos
- Journaling – a dear friend and colleague gave me a gorgeous journal as a goodbye gift and one of my clients encouraged me to journal my new journey
- Creating a calm space – lighting candles that are lightly scented. My favorite candles support a business I believe in, which employs adults with autism
- Cooking – making delicious meals and trying new recipes, as well as making some favorite comfort foods
- Connecting – scheduling Zoom or FaceTime calls with friends and family to stay connected and see their faces
- Coaching – continuing to coach my clients AND scheduling coaching sessions with my own coach
I am available to you if you need a coaching session, a venting session, a boost. These are difficult times and we all need a little support. It may seem counter intuitive to get coaching when you’re so busy and frazzled, but that’s often exactly what you need. Coaching is a time to slow down, self-reflect, get a new perspective…all important and necessary things to do when you’re stressed out and need clarity.
If you’re in a job search or thinking of a career move, consider my job search package or doing a mock interview with me. My job search package includes resources, information, activities and coaching to support job seekers who have been off the market for awhile.
I am also available to do some remote learning with you and your team – virtual teams training, feedback training (even more important to learn those skills when folks are working from home and nothing is “normal”), performance management, and more!