Good | Bad | Rad #28

A look back at some of the best, hardest and most surprising parts of my week.

The Good

Interviews.  There’s nothing like being interviewed to help you look at things from a different perspective. Recently, I delved into some amazing questions from Rachel W. Cole. She’s a life coach and fierce advocate for women feeding their true hungers. She’s one of the amazing women I met at Alexandra Franzen’s Write Yourself into Motion workshop. Get a different perspective and read my responses to Rachel’s four amazing questions.

The Bad

Coughing. I sound like Doc Cochran in Season Three of Deadwood. You know, when he became a lunger. It’s not pleasant for me, but it’s especially unpleasant for the people around me. It’s making it hard to train and hard to sleep. It always seems like the post-illness cough holds on way too long. And then I remind myself, it’s been a week. Apparently most of us think coughs shouldn’t last nearly as long as they typically do.

The Rad

Connection. This isn’t the first time you’ve heard me wax on about connection. In fact, I did just earlier this week. As I mentioned then, it’s a big theme for me this year, and this week was full of awesome connecting.

Seeing a friend of twenty years, reminiscing about all the things we been through together and looking forward to what’s next. An afternoon with an inspirational group of women that I connected with at last year’s World Domination Summit. Great client sessions. An afternoon with a friend where we exchanged work with each other, as well as homemade soup and bread. Spontaneous dinner with a friend. My weekly co-working cafe date.

The week has been full of the kind of time with people that excites me, nourishes me, inspires me.

And you?

What were the Good | Bad | Rad parts of your week? Share them here, in the comments, or on the Perception Studios Facebook page.


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