Permission is so personal. There is no one size fits all. What I most want, you might run from with all you've got. What we can want for each other is the permission to choose your own best way. Talking about permission is so important to me because I know personally how critical the process of self-permission is in allowing ourselves to lead the truest and best version of our lives we can. My hope in sharing about it is quite simple, but not easy. I wish for us all t
Whether you are an individual just trying to change the way you think about yourself or conquer some fears, or you are a coach trying to help people use your work to change circumstances, we all know that this elusive concept of self-permission is hard!
How many times have you heard someone say “you just have to give yourself permission,” or “once I gave myself permission I was able to make it all happen”?
And you just want to scream, or cry really depending on the day, but
Here on the south coast of England we’ve been having a steady serving of high winds. Beach living is fabulous, but walking your dog in the open against 25 or 35 mph winds every day is hard work. Alfred, my big strong Old English Sheepdog, uses me as a windbreak! Cheeky!
I usually start out walking into the wind so that I have it at my back all the way home. It was really gusty today and when I turned around I realised how much it had been impairing my breathing. As I gulpe