Stepping Out
Young Woman Making Facial Expressions

We don’t have to bottle or brood. We can show up. And when we do, we start to experience many emotions. According to Susan David, author of Emotional Agility, when we begin to experience the emotions that come when we show up, we have an opportunity to step out. Stepping [...]read more

Bottlers, Brooders, and Those Who Show Up.

In her book Emotional Agility, Susan David defines emotional agility like this: Being aware and accepting all of your emotions, even learning from the most difficult ones. It also means getting beyond conditioned or pre programmed cognitive and emotional responses (your hooks) to live in the moment with a clear [...]read more

The Superbowl, Agility, and Life
lynn swann catch

I’ve always loved one thing about football in particular: the agility it takes to make a great catch. I love seeing athletes stretch, hustle, and pull down an amazing catch. This one is from Lynn Swann in Superbowl X. Being agile is good for receivers. Agility is also good for [...]read more

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