This week we explore the power of taking up new practices and how intentional practice supports connection with our innerforce. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results,” said Albert Einstein. To create new results, we have to introduce new practices. We’ll be joined by Julie Engel, who will share her expertise on the power of practices. Julie is a member of the New Ventures West faulty and has three decades of experience as an executive coach, organizational development consultant, facilitator and trainer. We can create the lasting change we want through the introduction of new practices. Join Angela King and Julie Engel to learn how.
In our increasingly device-connected world, many of us are searching to enrich our connections with family, friends, and colleagues. Making these meaningful connections with others begins with cultivating and fueling a meaningful connection with ourselves. When did you last stop to connect with yourself? What you want? What you need? Why you do what you do, and how do you make choices? When was the last time that you considered what actually makes you feel energized versus what happens to be on your to do list? These are central questions of the innerforce process — do you have a set of practices that cultivate, strengthen and maintain your connection to yourself? How do you reconnect to yourself when you’ve lost the connection?
Join Angela King to learn how to fuel, cultivate, and reignite the force that is the source of vitality, wisdom, and inspiration.