When you are in a position that appears to have you firmly stuck, without many options, the phrase that most likely came to your mind was that you were “stuck between a rock and a hard place.” Being in a position where you must make a decision, but no matter what decision you make, it will be a painful or difficult one, is how being between a rock and a hard place feels. Read more...
Before you start your business, nonprofit, or any other lifetime commitment, you’re going to want to know WHY you are on that journey. All of your ducks may be in a row, but if you don’t absolutely knowWHY you put those ducks in a row and WHY you chose ducks over geese, or horses (metaphorically speaking), then you might not get the results you’re after. It happens to all of us at one time or
Think of a painful experience with a family decision that left you out in the cold, or the target of unfair or untrue accusations. Now imagine how this event is going to unfold in your life and within your family relationships. Now imagine your preferred outcome. Examine this preferred outcome. Is this a win/win situation? Does this involve revenge? Is this issue really about you? Think before you react This one issue is just another opportunity
Are you stuck between a rock and a hard place? Changing the perception of where you are right now, will reveal better options in moving forward successfully and creatively. However, too many times we are so close to our situation, we just can’t see any way out. That’s when a skilled Life Coach is just the person to call. Read more... (580 words, estimated 2:19 mins reading time) This is a preview of Stuck Between
Learn how to work with two opposite power types when working on your project. I’d like to introduce you to two power types you must have on your team. Whether they are involved as service providers, partners, or outside counsel, these two “power people” will help to keep your project moving, IF you understand their powers – and what the timing is to have them step in for their input. Read more... (1293 words, 4