Kimberly

When You’ve Had Enough

Has a particular situation in your world been dragging on and on? Maybe you’ve been patiently waiting for it to resolve ~ and now it’s been years. You’ve been living with continuous discomfort ~ because it hasn’t gotten extreme. And when you look back at the last five years of your life, you realize that you’ve made only incremental progress. 

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Kimberly

Paradox in the Modern World

We are drowning in data and information. The world has become increasingly complex, and technology has vastly increased the amount of data that is collected. There’s so much data that is is impossible to digest it all. Paradoxically, in our data-saturated world our data sets are always incomplete.

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Kimberly

The Gifts of Your Ancestors

Power is hereditary, and so is the loss of power. Research shows that trauma is passed from one generation to another unless it is consciously addressed. That doesn’t just happen with trauma. It also occurs with the unreconciled stories of your life. You carry the spiritual and emotional inheritance of your parent’s unresolved issues until you make the conscious choice to put it down.

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Kimberly

The little secret that no one talks about

The endless to-do list. Pages and pages of information to read. Not enough hours in the day. Falling into bed exhausted each evening with plenty left undone. We say we’re in the churn, swamped, overloaded, or underwater. We wonder when it’s going to end!

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Kimberly

Mastering Your Mindset

Some people thrive in the face of difficult challenges, and others feel hopeless and shut down. The difference is in MINDSET. Research now shows that possessing a strategic mindset predicts goal achievement and success. Those who embrace challenges and grapple with failure have better outcomes than those who use avoidance when they start to struggle.

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Kimberly

Do men really “lack empathy”?

I was on a call with a dozen coaches a few weeks ago, discussing a situation in which a male manager of the team was having difficulty relating to how one of his female colleagues was feeling. A more traditional fellow, he appeared more comfortable with data and facts than with feelings.

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Kimberly

The True “Leap of Faith”

Leaps of faith are big in the personal development world. We think we need to go up to the edge of everything we know and then jump, growing our wings on the way down. We put aside practical concerns, prudence, and rationality to step into what we perceive as surrender, faith, and trust in the Divine.

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Kimberly

How to See What You Don’t See

We all have our blind spots. If we’re attuned, we only are aware that they hold us back. We still may not see how to bring light to our personal darkness. Luckily, learning to see is easier than you might think.

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Kimberly

Healing The Bitterness of Resentment

All of us, even leaders, feel resentment at times. You might feel a slight from seeing a promotion offered to someone more junior, from someone sharing your ideas in a meeting as if they were their own, or from not having your contributions recognized.

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