According to John Drury, executive coach, retreat facilitator and author, how we deal with change comes a lot from the programming we received earlier in life. But by learning to see ourselves from the inside out, to connect to our greatness, we can develop the clarity, confidence and courage to welcome, use and grow from change.
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Greatness coach, author, speaker and podcaster Michael Mataluni joins Jay to talk about beliefs – where they come from, how they can hold us back and how to change the ones that don’t serve us.
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Kristine Carlson is an author, speaker and coach. Individually and with her husband, Richard Carlson she wrote and/or co-authored Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff For Women, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff For Moms, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff in Love, Heartbroken Open and An Hour To Live, An Hour To Love. When Richard died suddenly in 2006, of a pulmonary embolism while on a flight to promote his latest book, Kristine’s life was turned upside down.
The most important things often get pushed to the sidelines. Urgent crowds out important. Modern life is full of distracting clamor, from text messages and emails to window displays in the mall. Other people tug at you with their priorities – which may not be your own. And it can feel scary to admit what really matters to you, tell others, and go after it for real: the fearful voices whisper in the back of the mind: What if you fail?