Tear down the curtain of busyness

The makings of a good day: a well-slept night, an unhurried breakfast, eating with moderation, a reasonable amount of physical exercise, a moment of meditation, thought-provoking reading, good dialogue with the family and other interesting people.

To get a proper working day, add ingredients: A clear plan and focused energy to get it done. Spacious calendar, not too many tasks per day. Unhurried lunch, in good company.

Balanced rhythm between pauses and working, relaxed and sharp presence. One good moment that tears down the curtain of busyness and makes people really face each other.

One moment of giving or accepting help. Ending the day with feedback to myself: what am I grateful for, and what did I learn?

Coaching Corner:

(reflect alone) Imagine the working day of your dreams – what is stopping you from experiencing that every day? (start dialogue) Do you know someone whose work is totally different from yours? Interview each other.

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By Pekka Pirhonen

Stopping and moving people. A shift in being initiates a shift in action. Organisation Consultant and ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC). Focus areas in my client work: (1) Strategic and cultural renewal (2) Management team awareness (3) Growing as a leader and a human being

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