It is interesting when you stop and start to look at your own thinking, or at least it is for me. With our upcoming referendum I have been clear in my own mind about which way I am going to vote, but when talking with friends who were actively campaigning or willing to have some awkward conversations I noticed my reluctance to do that.
With my best coaching hat on I asked myself what was stopping me? I don't know if you know this, but it is very difficult to coach yourself, anyway I digress. The glitches in my thinking as best as I could discover were: fear of trolls (excuse), not wanting to have an uncomfortable conversation where being open to hearing the other side can get clouded with emotion perhaps not only on their part (chicken), concern that it could influence potential clients - not in a good way (excuse), and so on, no judgement as you can see here. I'll stop there I don't want to bore you after all.
So eventually I decided courage was the only way to go was put it out there with a video and deal with any consequences later. Here is the video or click on either image
Julie Silfverberg has worked in the field of personal and professional development for more than 20 years. She works with a diverse and exciting group of people. Each with their own unique talents and potential.