So I don’t believe that this is a secret or even an unknown fact…that coaches have coaches. I am no exception to this rule. I coach and consistently get coached. In fact, I have almost a team of coaches that help immensely with keeping me aligned with my path so I may do the work that I love. During one of my more recent coaching sessions, I was finally able to articulate in a few words how I describe my life before Leadership Arts Associates. It was one very productive but totally massive detour. I spent close to a decade riding the wave of what others thought was best for me. This resulted in a very empty life. I felt mismatched to my life and believe that I didn’t belong anywhere. Saying this, I now can look back and know how valuable those years were for me. I would not be who I am without them. Those year despite how dark or miserable I was, where essential to creating the light that I feel today.
“Never regret a day in your life: good days give happiness, bad days give experience, worst days give lessons, and best days give memories.” -Unknown
Recently, I encountered a situation where an individual was encouraging others to be ashamed of their past. In this episode, I share why this did not sit well with at all. Also, just a minor disclaimer for this episode – I share my religious beliefs. If that doesn’t float your boat, then this is probably not the episode for you.