It's the new year and a lot of people are filled with hope and excitement. We're thinking about our dreams for the year ahead and there are a lot of motivational memes and pictures out there on this bandwagon. Many of them are great, but some of them seem a little misguided if you ask me. I see messages like this all the time, and there's something about it that irks me. While I believe it's meant to be motivating, the underlying message is inherently judgmental. Plus it perp
Automation, it has a lot of people feeling uneasy as it is poised to take over many jobs that people rely on for their livelihood. While we could talk about the economic trickle-down effect that will have and what possible solutions could be enacted to support those left behind in the age of automation, I'd like to skip to a potential end result - which is that the majority of humans may not need to perform at 'jobs' anymore. Imagine a world in which we have automated all job
All of us are in some stage or another of our personal growth. Some have plateaued at a comfortable spot, while some of us keep pushing forward despite the discomfort in a quest of an epic blossoming of self development. Coaches and other wellness professionals are no different. We've gotta be continually working on ourselves in order to offer the most to our clients. So, if you've seen a someone that appears to know everything and have it all together, I'd like to say there'