This is part 3 in a 3-part series about the importance of professional help from coaches and mentors.
Clearly! You have the God-given desires and are already on your path of destiny to change the world.
Sometimes, oftentimes actually, it doesn’t feel like that. We may feel...
Nothing will change unless I do. Anything can change if I do. ~Trisha Bailey
As you navigate the challenges of life as a social entrepreneur, it’s really, really important to seek out or at least be open to receiving help when it comes in your path.
It’s not easy….asking for...
I am passionate about social entrepreneurs having a safe space in which to seek guidance and ask for help. So, in a series of 3 blog posts, I’m going to share the W’s of coaching. The What, Why, and Where.
- What coaching is
- Why you need it
- Where to find one
“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.”
~ Anne Lamott
This was my sign that it was time for a rest.
In May, I took my first holiday in 10 months. I was so depleted. I had no idea how far I’d slipped in my quest to...
“Discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”
There are (or will be) seasons when you learn to see your circumstances with new eyes instead of changing your circumstances.
Life as a social entrepreneur is not easy. If it were, everyone...
Share the wealth...and the responsibility.
You know you’re different, right?
You’re not just an entrepreneur…a business owner. You don’t have the luxury of bossing people around or a cophers overflowing with cash as many big businesses do.
Sometimes (most times) it’s about the process, not the result. In social enterprise, in anything really, we are often focused on the destination…the Point B. I’m here at Point A and I want to get to Point B as painlessly and quickly as possible.
This is what we want. This is...
Feeling like you’re in a funk, but don’t know why?
You may be in the messy middle.
This post is about the messy middle: what it is, how it happens, and how to pass through it with grace and class.
What is the messy middle?
My fellow academic and entrepreneur, Dr. Chad McAllister1, had...