the ability to hold space
meaning - ownership
Simply and powerfully getting clear
on what matters in your life
To lead others, we must first understand how we are leading ourselves.
We must look inside, ask ourselves some powerful questions and face the honest answers.
What really matters?
How am I living it?
self - others - context
Being fully present in the moment, tuning into what's happening
within you, around you and for others.
If we want different outcomes, we need a different approach.
If we want to change something that isn’t working, it’s important to look at it from all angles and develop a realistic view of what’s actually happening. This requires an accurate awareness of three perspectives: our own, others' and the context.
compassion - courage
Having the courage
to do what's right
Compassion is an antidote to judgement.
When we acknowledge our fear, we awaken our capacity for self-compassion. And when we view our own limitations with compassion, we're more able to do so for others.
Fearless compassion is the state of humility and acceptance in which true courage is born.
present - aligned
Grounded, spacious, adaptable,
To move from feeling destabilised – knocked off balance by an external event – to feeling stable, balanced and calm, we need to bring our awareness into our body and create space to be with our feelings and sensations. With practice we can develop a sense of inner stillness that supports clear thinking and decisive action. Over time we're able to move freely from frenetic to flow. We begin to know, feel
and trust that within us we have
everything we need.