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As 2018 comes to a close, I look back with gratitude on all of the opportunities and challenges this past year has offered.
As 2019’s lights begin to shine, I look forward to a New Year of opportunity and growth.
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Wishing you a Happy New Year!
This week I continue to holistically reflect on 2018 and how this year’s experiences have offered me varied gifts of growth and opportunity, challenge and compassion, emotional intelligence and relationships.
Completing my PhD this year offered me all of the gifts mentioned above and then some. I’m thankful for the challenge and growth aspects, as they expanded my decision-making aperture, enabled me to follow my passion and launch Nash Consulting and Associates.
I’m particularly grateful for my supportive tribe, which included my family, friends, colleagues, and amazing doctoral cohort members.
To whom are you grateful for their support in helping you realize your dreams? How has this helped you expand your aperture?
Extending warm wishes and holiday greetings to all from Nash Consulting & Associates !
Wondering how emotional intelligence might help you navigate delicate situations during the holidays?
Check out my 17-minute talk here based on my doctoral research and presented at Harvard University’s 2018 Institute of Coaching Conference to learn more.
If pressed for time, there’s also a 4-minute highlight version available on my YouTube Channel.
With holiday cooking, baking, and eating, gift-shopping, writing holiday cards, extra expenditures, work parties, tree trimming, house decorating and family gatherings on top of already packed schedules, many people find the holidays stressful, busy, and energy-depleting.
In this classic HBR article, authors Schwartz and McCarthy suggest that focusing on four distinct dimensions of energy – body, emotions, mind, and spirit – will positively impact your ability to expand and renew your energy sources.
How do you plan to relax, renew, and recharge your energy over the holidays?
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