Living authentically means being true to oneself in accordance with one’s own values, beliefs, and desires. Lolita E. Walker shares five key strategies that will help us to claim our space and place today.
Far too many of us are silent when it comes to our voices, according to Lolita. It’s time to amplify its meaning and its impact to help us soar to greater heights – both personally and professionally.
Whether it’s your internal voice that guides your day-to-day actions or your external voice that shouts those actions from the mountaintops, your voice can help you even in the midst of circumstance.
Here are five strategies that will power you in your work, life, and home to help you leverage the power of your voice.
I am ordained to serve, is the affirmation that ICF-certified life, leadership, and executive coach, Lolita E. Walker reminds us of today. What if you chose to begin your day with those words and knew, trusted, and believed that you were ordained to serve?
Ordained – ordered, appointed, guided. Serve – employed by, performed duties for, in service of
Through five strategies, Lolita shared how we can remember that we are ordained to serve.
Public speaking is an essential skill that can help you advance in your career and personal life. However, with 3 out of 4 people wondering how to get better at public speaking, we know that glossophobia, or the fear of public speaking, is a serious problem. Learn how to conquer the fear of public speaking with the SPEAKER formula.
As we approach the new year, it’s natural to want to feel like a brand new person. If you are feeling stuck or ready to make a change, here are 5 strategies to kickstart the renewed you in 2023. By following these strategies and focusing on simplicity, accountability, community, strengths, and taking risks, you can kickstart the renewed you.
When we believe that God has already done the work, we show up differently. We can approach our goals with a sense of confidence and trust, knowing that everything is working out in our favor. When you get out of your own way and allow God to work through you, you will be amazed by what you can accomplish.
This is the time of year when we put extra pressure on ourselves. We look back to the beginning of the year and the list of goals we said we would accomplish. That pressure to push for more leads to unnecessary anxiety, resulting in stress. To “remove” it, you must forgive yourself for your failures and broken promises.
The end of the year is already drawing close. It’s important to decide how you’re going to close the year, so you can make it count.
We gain lessons from each initiative we take, each change we implement, each path we take or avoid, and every goal we achieve.
Give thanks to shift your perspective and succeed in life. Giving thanks means that even in the depths of that pain or despair, we still allow ourselves to see the good.
If you shift your perspective, you shift the way you move forward. Shift your mindset to focus on what is working well and not so much on what isn’t.
What is the one ingredient you need to activate your greatness? Be great because you are great. You have to walk, talk, and behave with your gifts.
Bring your O.N.E to the forefront: Order your steps. Never give up. Exercise your mind, your body, and your spirit.