We are all capable of contributing. We can all show up. We can all lean in. We can all be brilliant.
We wanted to create a safe space to have courageous conversations about what matters.
During my 20s and early 30s there was lots of spontaneous fun and adventure. We would do things on a whim as we had less responsibilities. We took ourselves and our lives a lot less seriously. We had random adventures, random nights out, random fun. I was much more carefree than I am in my 40s.
Although our natural tendency as human beings is to list everything that was negative, to dwell on what went wrong and to discuss what could have been done differently, a positive reframe to reflect on the things we can celebrate, the knowledge we have gained and the experiences we have shared will benefit us more in the long run.
She found her strength not so much in the pen..but in the words that flowed from within.
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We have different ways of being strong and our strengths show up in different ways including our strength of mind, character and body. Our strengths include our talents, our skills, our interests and our values.
Despite the personal, the social, the emotional and the financial upheaval I have experienced in the last 12 months, I feel very stable.
The crisis, the chaos, the uncertainty shook the meaning of who we are, what we do and why we do it.
Focus on you and do the inner work. Focus on you and know your vision, mission, values and purpose. This positive focus will enable you to be future-focused and empower you to be solutions-focused.