All posts tagged: Knowledge

Leadership Minute Monday – Self-Awareness

In this week’s soft skills workout I talk and give exercises about the MOST important and impactful skill you can cultivate throughout all the aspects of your life. This leadership minutes focuses on work environment, however you can apply the exact same strategies and exercises rituals at home. Clients who are receptive, strong and humble enough to respond and act on self-awareness coaching are the ones who become way ahead of their leadership curve. I’ve seen it… many times. Have a great Workout!  

A beginner’s mind– The Value of learning something all over again

When you are a kid, you have no fear. You want to see everything, touch everything and taste everything. There are no boundaries to your capacity of following your curiosity, try new things, stumble along the way and try again. The best part? Everything seems like a game and you get smarter along the way. When I went back to taking music-writing lessons over a year ago at the “Garden Street School of Performing Arts” in Hoboken, it was quite an experience. I remember being excited like a little girl and scared at the same time. Even though I had played the piano for a few years until I was maybe 8 or 9 years old and was actually good at it, I could not remember where my fingers were suppose to go on the keyboard just by glancing at the music sheets. I had to think again and re-learn what I already knew. The other challenge was that my music education was in Quebec. Just like in the movie “The sound of music”, we …