Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Katherine Golub
87 followers
87 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
The Secret to Upping Your Motivation: Cultivating a Mastery Mindset And if the traveler is fortunate—that is, if the path is complex and profound enough—the destination is two miles farther away for every mile he or she travels. —George Leonard, Mastery Last week, I shared how a new client came to me struggling with motivation. Well, I continued to dig a bit deeper with her… https://buff.ly/2ydilEf
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Keys to Intrinsic Motivation: Staying Accountable to Purpose Last week, two new clients came to me with the same problem. They both have new businesses they want to grow—one is a physical therapist, and the other is a business consultant. The problem is, while they both love their work, they’re having a hard time staying motivated. They came to me looking for someone… https://buff.ly/2M7IiIg
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Second Step to Believing in Possibility I recently wrote about a friend who broke up with her partner and is wanting to believe in the possibility of love again. I shared that the first step to believing in possibility is to declare that what you want is possible. My friend responded as I’m sure many of you who read the post… https://buff.ly/2LMZKRY
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The First Step to Believing in Possibility Recently, my good friend chose to end a relationship with her live-in partner of over a decade. This decision was a long time coming. It was the culmination of a lot of listening to her intuition and letting go of self-doubt, and it was the next right step in her life. Immediately after making the… https://buff.ly/2INqrEj
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
One Simple Step to Quieting Your Mind & Getting Present with the People You Love Do you ever find your mind wandering when what you really want is to be present? Maybe your kids are talking about their latest Lego creations or the book they’re reading. Or your partner is sharing about the latest shed renovation or a challenge at work. Or you’re at a meeting at work or listening… https://buff.ly/2Kh9rGZ
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
On “Becoming Indigenous” I recently read Braiding Sweetgrass, by Robin Wall Kimmerer, ethnobotanist and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. In it, Kimmerer writes about becoming indigenous. She writes, “For all of us, becoming indigenous to a place means living as if your children's future mattered, to take care of the land as if our lives, both… https://buff.ly/2Kv5Shj
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Creating mental space when you struggle with disorganization A client recently came to me for help with growing her business. She’s taught yoga for the past twelve years, and she feels ready to have a much larger presence. In our first couple of sessions, we explored what exactly she needed to learn to reach her goals, and she kept using the words “scattered” and… https://buff.ly/2H4p9no
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
How do you let go of something that part of you doesn't really want to let go of? Recently, a new client came to me completely burnt out after working in the same mental health agency for over two decades. As a clinician and manager, she often gets clients who no one else knows how to help, and with her help, they transform their lives. Part of her has thrived off of her… https://buff.ly/2uW44u4
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Power of Community in the Face of Burnout Do you work at an organization where the staff faces high levels of burnout and compassion fatigue? If so, I’d love to talk. I’m in the throes of writing my capstone for my master’s degree. One big piece I'm focusing on is designing a group program to support helping professionals who are burnt out or… https://buff.ly/2H3FHgm
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
On Death and Beauty My beloved teacher, Doug Silsbee, is dying from cancer. Last week, his wife, Walker, wrote to the Presence-Based Coaching community, which Doug founded and nurtured, that they recently decided to stop treatment and start hospice.  My heart hurts with this news. Soon, Doug will die. This wise and gentle man who taught me through his… https://buff.ly/2GqlVxE
Photo
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded