Would you say you're living the life you want? How happy are you at your current life balance? And if there are areas in your life that may not be quite the way you want them, how prepared are you to change them? The Wheel of Life was developed by Whitworth, Kimsey-House & Sandahl and is in their book Co-Active Coaching. The wheel is a marvellous coaching tool to help us look at all the areas of our life: fun and recreation,
Month: August 2008
There's a road I drive past moderately frequently that about a year or so ago was closed because close by a bigger road with a slightly different route was built as its replacement. Whenever I drive past the closed road, even after all this time, my brain momentarily registers it as the preferred route before it registers the default position, the new road. It happened again the other day and it reminded me that:
It probably sounds ridiculous to say, but listening is easy for those of us with hearing, because we just do it, all the time, without consciously thinking about what we are doing. Yet, even though we may be going through listening process, are we really listening to what is being said? Studies have shown that most listeners:
1. Begin to formulate their response to what's being said almost as soon as the speaker begins speaking
How do you cope with change in your life? Would you say you embrace change with enthusiasm or need some time to come to grips with it? There is no right or wrong way to cope with change and every person's way of dealing with it is right for them. One thing to keep in mind is that how we cope with change in our personal world is likely to be reflected in the way we deal with change in our working worlds.