With Patrick Mosher
In 2010, at the specific direction of our Lakota Teacher, we built our...
Pine City Lodge.
A place to sweat, pray and heal.
It's time to elevate our Spiritual Practices for healing ourselves, our communities and our humanity.
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As we enter the holiday party season, someone inevitably will ask you the question:
How was your year?
For many, this has been a tough year. Endless pandemic news. Lockdowns. Cancelled vacations. Turbo-charged cabin fever.
You can respond to the question with all your trials and tribulations from the year. It’ll feel good to let loose. Perhaps they’ll feel the same and you can relate to each other’s difficulties.
But where do you both end up at the end of that Story of Your Year?
Turn it around 180 degrees. After you’re finished telling the person the Story of Your Year,
How do you want them to feel?
Here are 3 Steps to build an engaging and positive Story of Your Year for holiday parties.
Step 1: What One Word describes how you want people to feel after you tell them the Story of Your Year?
Step 2: Journal all your...
My boss and I were sitting in the client cafeteria. Lunch long over, we chose a private table near the big windows. We had just finished a great workshop with a potential client. Spirits were high.
In consulting, we rarely got 1:1 face-to-face time with our bosses. Especially at the partner level. So this was a great opportunity to have a career conversation.
I considered how to ask it. At some point, you’ve probably labored over this same question.
“What do I need to do to get promoted to the next level?”
As he leaned back, I imagined all sorts of responses:
But his answer took me aback.
“I don’t think you have what it takes. You need Sharp Elbows”
What does that mean?
I saw an intriguing advertisement for today with the phrase, “Commitments aren’t made with words. They’re made with Actions.”
That phrase got me thinking about how commitments work. At first, you make a commitment in your head.
What commitments have you made to yourself?
The ad differentiated between commitments made by Words vs Action. In a former life, I was an engineer, so I started thinking how physics might shed light on the concept of Commitment.
Let’s begin with our science metaphor. (don’t be scared, I’ll keep it easy)
Commitments build the Potential Energy needed to overcome Inertia. Inertia is an object’s tendency to stay put.