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I heard the phrase "Part of me is afraid" this month and it really did set off a lightbulb in my head.
How powerful is it that you can decide that only part of you is afraid and that the other part of you isn't?
That means you can choose to work with the part that isn't afraid and take action.
This is the month of being Thankful, I am sure you have all read enough about being thankful for all those little things or the people in our lives that we sometimes take for granted.
But how about being thankful for the failures that we can't forget? Those mistakes, faux pas, screw ups and disasters that we may have faced this year or some time in the past?
The biggest reflection for me was realizing how important my network has been to me this year.
I have gained new business and met lots of fantastic people, and during a year of no travel and "stay at home" orders, that's pretty pleasing to me.
Well, that was an interesting start to the year.
I had chosen Conflict Resolution as my topic for January, thinking about how we make New Year Resolutions to be better, or to start or stop something.
I was thinking how I would resolve to embrace conflict. Sounds weird right?