You lose out on better opportunities when you are caught up in the intense realities of the daily grind.
So how can you shift gears and get some perspective?
In part one of this audio series, I share this 1-minute tip that will:
- Focus and ground you
- Clarify what’s most important for you
- Create some space for you to capture that next opportunity
What does it mean to Lean Yin?
Years ago, it was all the rage to Lean In. In hindsight, after her husband tragically died at a too-young age, the author Sheryl Sandberg took a different approach with co-author Adam Grant in their book Option B: Building Resilience. The idea of Leaning Yin is more akin to Option B: to tap into your inner power and find greater meaning and balance in your life. How? By reducing overwhelm and stress, centering and grounding so you can connect to what is most important, and taking small steps to transform your life in a positive way. The results? Fewer regrets, better results, and a positive ripple effect in your company, your family, your community. That benefits us all!