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So what is the ego? The ego is difficult to define because the ego is an illusion. Still, I will try to capture it. Our ego is the thing that makes us feel embarrassed when we trip on the carpet when we are in a room alone, or when someone is looking. Our ego would like to believe that we should not trip, fall, or get it completely wrong. Ego could be described as a false self that we develop based on a collection of beliefs and experiences that allow us to answer life’s continuous question, “Who am I?” Your response to the “I am” question is what drives the actions you take in attempt to experience yourself as you think, or say, you are. But when ego rules we struggle to answer the “I am” honestly…
Psalm 51:10 reads, "Create in me a clean heart, O God, And renew a steadfast spirit within me." Emotional renewal is important. During this Spring season, clean your heart. Who do you need to forgive? What are you holding on to that is slowing you down? Are you still feeling guilty? Have you not released the shame of the past? Are you still holding on to a relationship that is over? This is a wonderful time to decide to feel better. Set your intentions toward positive emotions. Choose JOY!
Many of my clients seek coaching because they are overwhelmed, unsupported, and tired. They come to me to help them change. Together, we work on important life skills such as help-seeking, creating reciprocal relationships, delegating tasks to others, and letting go. "Doing the work" is a lifetime commitment. When life presented a new experience, even I had to take a breath and remember that I can trust others to support me. I can let it go.
I knew they would win because they had a really, really, really, good coach. It was a little of the "it takes one to know one" but I spotted Jay Wright a mile away. I could see the affect he had on his players. He knew his players strength's and weaknesses. Because he knew them as individuals, he was able to build a great team by providing an opportunity for each individual to utilize their superpowers for the benefit of the collective. He put them in the right positions so the team played well. Good coaching makes all the difference.
His masculinity actually defines her feminine, and her femininity actually defines his masculine.Guys, let's get clear on one thing, women LOVE masculine men because they make women feel feminine. She loves your hard arms because they remind her that she is soft. When you lead by creating a plan for the date, she is able to feel at ease. She craves your protection, because it makes her feel precious.
Feminine is a source of attraction. Feminine is beautiful because it exists, or simply because it is. Where masculine energy is made powerful by what it creates or produces, feminine is innately powerful. Just like female children are born with all the eggs they will need to reproduce for the rest of their lives, Maybelline got it right, "Maybe she's born with it". She is born with it. And she's sitting on it each day. :-) The question is, does she know it?
Our first value reads “We practice and promote love toward self, others, and the earth that we share.” When working with our clients, love comes first. One of the most important books I’ve read on love was Dr. Gary Chapman’s The Five Love Languages. I recommend this book to anyone who seeks to create love with another. I know this book is often recommended for those in romantic relationships, but Chapman offers instruction on the 5 Love Languages in the workplace, of children, for singles, men, etc… He has a book for everybody.