I wasn’t borne to become the Deepest Woman in the World. I had to learn how to become Deepest and that journey changed the way I see the world. I got past my limits and now my journey to a world record is my guide to re-creating limitless being in every day and every moment of my life.
It starts with finding your dare – that moment where you no longer want to live where you are and are prepared to change. It starts with that choice, to change – to take back your life and to start to choose who you want to be and how you want to feel in every moment.
It started for me when I realised that I needed to start to do the things that a world record holder would find easy. I started to think and act greater than who I thought I was! I chose to react differently to the world around me.
You can to! Use the Daily Dare to focus you on a new state of being. Take up the meditation challenge and join me in an experiment to change who I am so that I can make new choices. Take up the Acceptance and Gratitude challenges – just 10, maybe 20 minutes a day.
It doesn’t matter how, just start! Start IMAGINING the life you would love. Start to feel it, as if it here and start to practice staying in that feeling.
Why You Need a Permanent, Internal Leadership Lab!
I facilitate our internal 3 day workshop on Agile Leadership (Servant Leadership based in Roger Schwartz’s book, The Skilled Facilitator ). For one of our bigger programs (around 200 people and about 12 feature teams), I am a permanent fixture with a permanent, dedicated space. We do the training at work which has raised some […]
The Struggle to Learn
A longtime diving friend reminded me that starting a new journey can sometimes be hard! She is starting technical diving and the skills aren’t the same as sport diving. I was reminded of what it is like to go from being competent and capable and then find myself struggling – especially if there are people […]
What happens when you take the make up off ? [Spiritual Tourist Ramblings]
Ramblings from a Spiritual Tourist….. Sitting surrounded by nuns I was struck by their beauty. They all have shaven heads, no makeup or jewelry and of course are dressed in the now familiar monk maroon robes. In a way, they all appear identical and plain by our western standards, yet I was struck by their […]
Leading, Language and Mindfullness
One of the principles behind our internal Agile/ Servant Leadership program is balancing advocation with inquiry. As the three days progress it becomes clear that people don’t have clarity around what advocation is – yes it is telling and instructing, but there is a more subtle form, where you speak in statements. When you speak […]