Dr. Marcia Reynolds has over 30 years working with global corporations as an executive coach and leadership trainer. She is a past global president of the International Coach Federation, the Training Director for the Healthcare Coaching Institute, and president of the Association for Coach Training Organizations. She is also the author of 3 award-winning books including The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations into Breakthroughs and a regular blogger for Psychology Today.
Mastery is the deepening of presence, not the perfection of skills. You must learn how to clear your mind and use emotions to achieve “full-body” presence to master any sport, performing art, or profession.
This post demonstrates how reflecting on pivotal life moments can shine a light on your current journey and give meaning to your life. Discover your own moment and then answer the questions for clarity on your meaning and direction.
One cold April morning, I jumped off the top of an Alpine peak. That wasn’t the hard part. The run to the cliff knowing I was going to jump was one of the most difficult things I’ve done, and the most exhilarating. This is the lesson I learned.