Grand & Capable

One must be FASCINATED by human potential, INSPIRED by individual creativity, and unwaveringly COMMITTED to holding others as GRAND and CAPABLE.

‘Grand and Capable’ was my theme for a coaching workshop I recently had the pleasure of holding. We spent a few precious hours exploring, living a fulfilling life from the inside out. Starting with what are we passionate about and what nourishes us; making the time to nurture our hearts and souls.

We also played with perspectives. Ensuring our choices reflect what truly resonates with a fulfilling life, keeping us in action towards our dreams. And we looked at owning what’s here for us in the moment, so we stay truly engaged in the process of our lives.

So many thanks to the brave souls who jumped in and played with me, for drawing pictures of your inner critics and capturing the phrase they most like to use against you, to discovering your core values by talking about your favorite movie. And thank you to the Julian Arts and Letters Program, for their commitment to their community and for the fun and the pleasure of seeing how truly Grand and Capable you all are.


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