Remembrance Day 2022 This post was originally published on November 10, 2021… I carry the sentiments with me every day. “They sacrificed their tomorrows, for our todays.” Oh, so many “Theys”… I don’t remember ever not attending or observing a November 11th ceremony. When I was younger, we went to the Alberni District Senior Secondary […]
The International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity and leadership. We all have goals we want to reach, challenges we’re striving to overcome and
In keeping with this month’s theme at SeeShell Consulting, I’m curious – are you surrounded by kind people? How do you show kindness to others? What does being kind or experiencing kindness mean to you? I was blessed with a mom who modeled how to treat people with kindness, no matter their station in life.
I hope you had a magical holiday season, family, friends, and colleagues, even if it didn’t look like what we’ve known and loved in the past. I hope you found bright spots and happy times that filled your soul and energized you for the year ahead. As we launch into 2022 I’m curious; are your
I love Christmas. I had a mom who instilled the joy, wonder, and appreciation of traditions that created memories to last a lifetime. Oh, how I miss her this time of the year. Always, actually, but I feel it more during the bright and shiny holidays. As I saw the quote above on my quiet
I’m not sure whom to attribute this visual to, especially since I’ve seen it many times, but it got me thinking about success. Specifically, what it takes to get there. The definition of success is relative and subjective, don’t you think? Thus, the differing opinions on what it means, often based on wildly divergent viewpoints
Winter continues to show its power on the East and West Coasts of Canada as more atmospheric rivers dump massive amounts of rain, resulting in more washed-out highways and flooded communities. It looks like the end of 2021 may be more challenging than we thought. Or what we had optimistically hoped. Which leads me to
This Friday, my fellow Torchbearers Executive Coaching Graduate Certificate classmates and I will officially graduate from our program. Not only did we complete the almost 9 months of online learning during Covid 19 restrictions, but it also turns out that our convocation will be virtual as well. Darn, we won’t get to finally see each
Remembrance Day 2021 “They sacrificed their tomorrows, for our todays.” Oh, so many “Theys”… I don’t remember ever not attending or observing a November 11th ceremony. When I was younger, we went to the Alberni District Senior Secondary auditorium as a family, watching veterans, service members, and cadets lay wreaths for the fallen. As I
I love finding new words that express deeper concepts. Today that word is kindsight. Most of us have been in the headspace where we dwell on the past. Where we beat ourselves up for mistakes or missteps. My usual question is, how does that serve us? How does that help us move forward? To grow?