Peace is a verb

Reposting a twitter thread from last year for remembrance day. Still holds true. @ChristineLocher Remembrance Day. (1) walk with me… The picture of Macron and Merkel made me well up. I grew up in Germany, and at every family reunion, the second toast (after the one to the person/occasion) was always to “l’amitie franco-allemande”. To … Continue reading Peace is a verb

Meet the values: Learning

Today’s #value is #learning. It can be utterly seductive so you will stop everything else, or it can be something you are told to do or else. Still. You have been learning all your life and you are pretty good at it (forget if folks told you the opposite). What you learned made your life deeper, broader, wider … Continue reading Meet the values: Learning

More questions than answers (that’s the work)

Your look, full of expectations, seeking help, wanting an answer. Your big upcoming decision, the pressure from a deadline or a contract running out. That pain or discomfort seeking release in a better future. So, you say, what should I do? As a coach, that is not the role. Some of the questions might resonate with … Continue reading More questions than answers (that’s the work)

Play outside the fence

We all have our routines, our events and networks, our ways of making sense of the world. It all kind of makes sense in our little garden, we know where things are, and that is why we like it. I am going to propose something different: Go somewhere else. Have clients in a specific industry … Continue reading Play outside the fence

Reflective Practice – supercharge your growth

If I could recommend only ONE thing to supercharge your own growth and development, it would be self-reflection. Not just occasionally when things went wrong, but as an ongoing way of working with yourself. Most people check their teeth and the tires or oil in their cars more often than they check in on their … Continue reading Reflective Practice – supercharge your growth