Time Out!


Today I was really pleased to be able to spend the day with my daughter as she got ready for her prom. We spent the day painting nails, watching chick flicks and generally chilled and relaxed.

I have to confess I am not always that chilled and present at home. My mind quite often wonder to the next wonderful idea or be pondering the latest challenge. However today I really wanted to give my daughter and her special day my attention 100%. I am so glad that I did. Today I shared a precious moment that can never be replayed.

It got me thinking there was so much that could have distracted me, yet a little forward planning and a mini extreme listening session made it really clear what needed to happen to make that happen. The little things that I had to change were so simple, and yet when I had looked at my diary it had looked almost impossible to make it happen.

If you could take a day off guilt free what would you like to have happen on that day?

What happens to your productivity when you take a few minutes, an hour off or even a whole day?

What would you like to have happen now?

Thank you for Listening

Sheryl

 

 

But this day is

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About Step by Step Listening

I am the founder of Step by Step Listening and we started as a company that eradicated fear of failure and guilt for mums, we coached mums and daughters, we then worked with sole trader and small business owners and over the years we developed a unique ability to help people create the family or business they desire by being able to tap into the resource of being able to sell ideas/prodcuts/visions/services in a way that feels right and gets results. For some they are learning to sell and idea to themselves perhaps a dream or an ambition they have had for years, for others it could be selling responsibility and independence to a teenager or perhaps selling a vision or a change of structure to a team. What ever it is we use unique a unique facilitation and group process to help you discover when you are selling in a way that feels right that's like what?
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