Sunday Thinking

There comes a time when each of us must stand in our own truth.

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The weekly Sunday Thinking newsletter is quick-hit content that aims to provide a booster shot to your thought process as you end and start your week.


“Candor is a compliment; it implies equality. It's how true friends talk.”

— Peggy Noonan, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author


I. A Coach’s Knowledge Needs

  • Digital Identity & Career Planning

  • Energy Management & Risk Taking

  • Critical Thinking & Strategic Planning

  • Crisis Management & Problem Solving

  • The First 100 Days & The Next 100 Days

  • Brand Management & Managing Culture

  • Effective Communication & Image Building

  • Relationship Management & Program Leadership

True wisdom is knowing what you don’t know, but need to know.


II. Be The Change

Things To Do That Will Make Life Better

  1. Asking & Caring

  2. Giving & Sharing

  3. Thanking & Doing

  4. Loving & Forgiving

  5. Listening & Helping

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” — Mahatma Gandhi 


III. Live Immediately

  • Save while others are wasting.

  • Work while others are wishing.

  • Study while others are sleeping.

  • Smile while others are frowning.

  • Persist while others are quitting.

  • Decide while others are delaying.

  • Prepare while others are daydreaming.

  • Begin while others are procrastinating.

“The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today…The whole future lies in uncertainty: live immediately.” — Seneca

Source: William Arthur Ward, Believe While Others


IV. Question

What pleasant surprises did I discover this week?


V. This Week I Will

  1. Do something playful that nourishes me.

  2. Give myself the gift of movement by exercising.

  3. Make room for my emotions without judgment.

  4. Write down my intention(s) for the next 3 months.

  5. Notice how the foods I eat affect my energy levels.


The Last Words…

“Don’t personalize or internalize other people’s behavior. What they do is not a reflection of you. Their actions represent them and where they are at in their growth. Just observe instead of getting caught up and overreacting emotionally.”

— Idil Ahmed, Manifest Now


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