Jun 20, 2017
IN THE SHOW
Sue’s been challenged to make a stand for who she is, and Sherry has been inspired by history and promise in the captivating streets of London. (00.56 – 08.40)
Sue questions something that is common for her clients, and increasingly the subject of social media discussions too. How do we help people to deal with overwhelm? Whether it’s bombardment with information, swimming in our own thoughts and emotions, or the dastardly to-do list, it’s easy to feel paralysed unless we have some strategies in place to keep moving. We’ve been there too and share some of the things we have found helpful. (08.40 – 25.12)
The magic M word that takes us beyond the tipping point! Sherry gets passionate about her research into diversity in law and the importance of creating great connections, and Sue is taking her work on helping people to discover their ‘zone of genius’ to a new level. (25.12 – 30.25)
We’ll be honest. We spent so long staying out of overwhelm that we completely forgot to share our inspiration in this episode! We’re leaving the question here for you though, because it’s an important part of getting past and staying past the tipping point!Do give it some thought before next time.
In a final moment of reflection, we share what we noticed during the show. Sue will be topping up her collection of post-it notes, and Sherry is planning on keeping things simple. (30.25 – 31.52)
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“The Tipping Point: The time at which a change or an effect cannot be stopped”