I invite you to take a bit of time today to quietly ponder in the message of this card. Consider all that you’d like to manifest. Get really clear about the vision. As this vision finds clarity, write down your aspirations that will engine this vision. Here are a few tips for writing aspirations!
Words from a Syzygy Coaching Client this morning, “Thank you for unlocking my inner self. I thought I’d lost it…
I just received an e-mail from a college-aged woman who recently made a big life decision of switching her major, …
Wondering what to get that special person for Valentine’s Day this year? How about a retreat getaway filled with soul-searching and self-exploration guided by the power of the horse!
Thanks for saving me the rest of my life to enjoy. Sometimes, it takes a whole lifetime to learn what we did in 6 months and some never figure it out.
With the New Year’s weekend under our belt, I’m certain many of you have pondered upon New Year’s resolutions. This tradition of taking stock of our paths and setting goals at the start of each year is often that milestone that launches new direction into action. New career paths, new life:balance goals, new health programs – we tell ourselves that this is the year.
I love the song from the Sound of Music – My Favorite Things. “Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens,” brings a smile to my lips, as I find myself attempting to sing in tune – which for anyone who knows me well, knows that I don’t… really. Of course my favorite verse is “Cream colored ponies and crisp apple streudels,” given my love for horses and wonderful food.” As 2010 winds down, it’s a perfect time to consider your Favorite Things.
We’ve all experienced great leaders who inspire. People who paint the vision and inspire the masses, and most importantly create an environment in which we go that extra mile.
In a fascinating study of body language, researchers recently experimented by placing a group of men and women into high-power and low-power positions for just a mere two minutes, and subsequently measured their testosterone and cortisone levels.
Nobody trips over mountains. It is the small pebble that causes you to stumble. Pass all the pebbles in your…