(A magyar fordítás lent található.) When my girls left home 10 years ago to pursue university studies, I often found myself wondering what is next for me? The mind often seemed to give me the narrative of ‘Is this it now?’ I discovered new hobbies, made new friends, and pursued my career in coaching. I … Continue reading Is this it now?
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) This week taught me to learn to accept some harsh and bitter realities with a big smile. What is life giving you both in your personal as well as professional domain? This is always a fantastic mirror to examine. Where can you grow as a result of challenges that you … Continue reading Life is Good
‘I remember working with a client a few years ago who believed that if she transformed her way of being by becoming a better observer, let go of default habits, beliefs, cultural influences, expectations of herself to fit into his world- all of which she had acquired over the years then she would lose a … Continue reading Are we in control or not in control?
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) Dear Readers, my wonderful tribe, I faced a triggering event this week, very similar to something that I received 7 years ago. This was before I became an ontologically trained coach and started my journey of transformation. It was quite fascinating to notice how I simply did not go into … Continue reading AHA Moment This Week
One of my clients, a leader at a multinational organization spoke at 100 miles an hour without a pause. After he stopped tor a breath of air, I took the opportunity to reflect back his fears and anxieties coming across. I asked him to move out of his chair and reflect on his words. The … Continue reading Wet Suit
As I was contemplating on this weekend’s post the following poem by the 13th century poet and mystic Rumi comes to mind. This has been the question this week from several clients. The very nature of being human is to experience several thoughts, emotions and perceptions. We tend to want to make meaning of everything … Continue reading Rumi in the 21st Century
(A magyar forditás lent található) A coach’s life must include improving skill sets constantly in order to inspire and transform leaders. I am grateful indeed to be able to learn from another master in the coaching world, Marshall Goldsmith. Clients watch out for new techniques and practices. Gratitude all the way! Namaste, Prerna A … Continue reading Further Learning
(A magyar forditás lent található) My conversations this week with clients has led me to believe that most of us are exhausted and overwhelmed after the holidays. I have been experiencing the same. The one practice that has helped me tremendously is to embrace the present moment. When overwhelm wished to overtake my way of … Continue reading Today’s Post