I lost my mind I watched myself make up untrue stories in my head and became impatient because of my thoughts about “all the things that aren’t done.” I felt overwhelmed. I tried to change the situation and to control someone else.
The writer Donna Tartt, who’s published three novels in two decades, said in response to the question “Why do you take so long?”: “If you’re not enjoying it, you’re probably doing it too fast.” I love this thought. I’ve been thinking about how it can apply to our big goals.
Yes, I.love.podcasts. I listen to podcasts every day, do you? You do? Then check out my favorite podcasts below to make sure you’re not missing out on something good! 🙂 You don’t listen to podcasts? Well, I encourage you to give it a try.
Do you wonder whether you need a coach? Will a coach help you? How? When you’ve hit a roadblock in your career, can coaching benefit you? Yes, definitely. Are you at a crossroads in your design career? Is this you?
The Self Coaching Model* is a tool you can use to gain new insights, solve problems, and produce new results in your life. The basic premise of the Self Coaching Model is that your thoughts create your feelings, your feelings create your actions, and your actions create your results.
We all want to work less, right? We often complain about the amount of work we need to do. And the shortage of time we have to do it. And we never have enough time for ourselves. Is it true? Yes and no. And here’s why. What work is necessary and what is self-imposed?
After ten years of owning our home, my husband and I have decided to do some remodeling. Great, right? Well… here’s the hitch— I’m experiencing so much anxiety about it!
The best part of coaching creatives is I have the privilege of talking to designers every day. I hear many designers talk about passion projects that never get done and about believing things need to be done right or not at all.