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Thank you for this list, Lynn! I agree with all of them. My favorite is #5. Our world would change if we all focused on this. Being kind, gentle, appreciative, and loving just creates softness and light wherever they're spread. As a therapist, I so often hear people being harsh and critical with themselves. This colors their world and their worldview. Keep spreading your positivity! The world will benefit!
5 months ago on 9 Simple Actions to Change Your Life
I don't work with a team, since I'm in private practice, but I always love the positive slant when working with anyone. Many of these questions can be adapted a bit to use with clients too. Thanks, Lynn.
6 months, 1 week ago on 20 Appreciative Questions to Jumpstart Your Team Meeting
Lisa, this could really save people from having some big heartaches down the line. Great article!
9 months, 2 weeks ago on 3 Ground Rules to Set in a New Relationship
It's wonderful to hear examples of how you've been able to help people, through your coaching, Lynn! Empowerment is a great gift to give!
10 months ago on The Power of Giving and The Gift of Coaching (Holiday Gift Idea)
Thank you, Lynn! I love that you highlighted the importance and power of our focus. I believe so strongly in this. I agree that a positive focus allows us to open our minds and access our creativity to move us forward. Great article!
11 months ago on How Successful People Think (Part 2): Creativity and Focus Working Together
This is a great post, Lynn! We do limit our possibilities when we say, "Yes, but....." I like that you've given a good reframe and examples of how that can be done. I'm all for empowerment! Thank you.
1 year ago on How Successful People Think (Part 1): The Secret Reframe that Creates Results in Life
@Lorrie Thomas Ross and Web Marketing Therapy walk their talk too! Every one of these points are demonstrated -- in the right way -- daily by them. My favorite one, as anyone who knows me can attest, is the one about connection. Everything is better for all involved when there's a genuine, developed sense of connection! Great article!
1 year ago on Why Social Media Isn’t Paying Off for Your Business
Thanks, Lynn. This is an interesting article. I guess I'm in the middle -- a hummingbird. I like getting up at 7, but I want to ease into my day. I'm most productive mid-morning. I'm usually ready for bed at 11, and like to ease into sleep too, by reading awhile. The photos are outstanding, by the way!!
1 year ago on Manage Your Energy Using Nature’s Intelligence
@DrLynnKJones I'm glad I provided you with a smile! Those are important!
1 year, 2 months ago on Career Coaching 3-Part Series (Part 2): Bouncing Back From Major Life Changes
This article is so helpful in dealing with all types of adversity, Lynn. There's a lot of power in being prepared ahead of time to weather a crisis. Even for our day-to-day ups and downs, the ideas that you write about will allow us to easily, and naturally, be more flexible, and at the same time sturdy. Thank you for being part of our system of support!
This is beautifully written, Lynn! You gave us all information on how to move forward when change comes, which it inevitably will. Sometimes it can feel like the rug has been pulled out from under us. When we learn how to be resilient, we become powerful and able to "sway" when the strong forces come and push so strongly against us. I'm looking forward to the other parts of this 3 part series.
1 year, 2 months ago on Career Coaching 3-Part Series (Part 1): Bouncing Back From Major Life Changes
I love this, Lynn! It has such a wealth of wisdom, and presents it in such an easy-to-understand way!! I'm going to share this on my wall. It deserves to have as wide an audience as possible! Thank you for bringing it to us.
1 year, 3 months ago on The 7-Steps to Changing Anything in Your Life
This is a very important post for anyone wanting to succeed in their professional lives! When we focus on our strengths, we're able to confidently move forward in our chosen field. Focusing on our mistakes or weaknesses is counterproductive.
1 year, 3 months ago on Using Your Strengths at Work to Reach Goals and Increase Well-Being