Perspectives on goals, values, and what defines them are as different from person to person, as people are unique unto themselves as a group. That being said, as different as we all are, common threads of experience run through all of our lives. Some of those threads are fact-based, while others are meaning-based. It is at the boundary between those two areas where life gets interesting.
I am often asked why I changed from agriculture to coaching, particularly when you consider how much I simply loved every part of growing trees.
Over the past few years, we have all heard or been told that we need to say “yes” more often. Now I am not going to sit here and tell you that there is no value to positivity. I have written too much about positivity’s value to make that kind of 180-degree turn. But I will say that there are indeed times when you need to say “no” and say it proudly.