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I’mPossible

One of risk we all need to learn to take is to shift away from the Impossible situation and focus on the “I am” (I’m). When we are facing situations like a disconnection in relationship, a unmovable obstacle, a inevitable circumstance, a difficult task etc., we change our perspective from Impossible to “I’m+Possible”. Look deeply … Continue reading I’mPossible

Obstacles to Growth

Four monks decided to meditate silently without speaking for two weeks. The first day during nightfall, the candle began to flicker and then went out. The first monk said, “Oh, no! The candle is out.” The second monk said, “Aren’t we not suppose to talk?” The third monk said, “Why must you two break the … Continue reading Obstacles to Growth

Acceptance + Connection

What’s making the world a greater place is Acceptance and Connection. Before we truly can connect with one another, we need to be truly able to connect with own self. However, before connection, we need to learn acceptance. Acceptance of one another and, of course ourselves. #coactivecoaching#connectioncoach#connection Thanks to Motivational Quotes for the video Continue reading Acceptance + Connection

Being Decisive

This is a silly story with a not so silly wisdom. A very hungry donkey was almost dying in hunger when he stumbled on TWO piles of food; east and west side of where he was standing. He ran to the east side but when he was near to the pile, he felt that the … Continue reading Being Decisive

Hand of Destiny

A great Japanese warrior named Nobunaga decided to attack the enemy, although he had only one-tenth the number of men the opposition commanded. He was confident that he would win, but his soldiers were in doubt. On the way, he stopped at a Shinto shrine and told his men: ‘After I visit the shrine I … Continue reading Hand of Destiny

Play it by Trust

Yoko commented: “The white chess set is a sort of life situation. Life is not all black and white, you don’t know what is yours and what is theirs. You have to convince people what is yours. In the chess situation it is simple if you are black then black is yours. But this is … Continue reading Play it by Trust

Parrot & the Crow

The crow was envious of the peaceful and comfortable life of the caged parrot. The parrot was envious of the freedom and bounderless life of the crow. After a discussion, both decided to switch places. The crow got his peace but he didn’t manage to get the love of the owner. He died of loneliness … Continue reading Parrot & the Crow