• Keep Your Eyes on the Horizon

    Keep your eyes on the horizon. This phrase is used across a variety of disciplines including sailing, hiking, driving, and investing. In driving it means keeping your focus on farthest point of the road you can see (towards the horizon line) which enables you to see — and react to — what’s happening on the whole road rather than just the car in front of you. In coaching, “keep your eyes on the horizon” means keeping your mid-to-long-term goals in mind to help organize shorter-term goals. When you know what you want to accomplish in 3-6 months, it’s easier for you to set 1-month benchmarks that you can work towards…

  • Permission Part II: How to Break Free From Limits

    You’ve tackled the labels, now it’s time for the limits. When you’re young, limits get served to you on a daily basis in the form of rules. Raise your hand to be excused to use the bathroom, ask to… well, do/get/go anything, anywhere with anyone. Once you pass the point of requiring formal rules (assuming you mature this much), limits get served to you by even more people, more often! It doesn’t seem fair, but it’s true. The reason why you don’t notice it is because the limits don’t look like rules, they look like shoulds and shouldn’ts. You get these shoulds and shouldn’ts in the form of magazines, advertisements,…

  • Four Weeks to Balance: Week Four

      Last night completed the journey to balance… through greater understanding of the self, exploring how small choices effect our overall well-being, and taking back control of our attention! Are you curious about my virtual workshop Four Weeks to Balance? Here’s the outline of what we covered in session four: Review maintaining ideal Schedule. Break. Down Clarify obstacles/potential obstacles to maintaining ideal Schedule. Break. Down Troubleshoot getting others on-board with supporting ideal Schedule. Break. Down Guided meditation Check out what happened in weeks one, two, and three. Are you interested in being a part of the next round? Stay tuned, and email Sara@SplendidBeing.com to let me know!