When we get hurt, forgiveness is one of the hardest things to do, and people tend to say I’m sorry with so little meaning it makes forgiveness that much harder.
A true apology requires one to open up and be vulnerable, validate the other person's feelings and show genuine regret for his or her actions.
Hanging on to anger, hurt and resentment causes stress, mental anguish and even true physical health problems. Leigh shares 5 ways to recognize when your body is telling you to forgive and let go. Read the full transcript below to find out what they are.
"Relationships of all kinds are a valuable asset that are irreplaceable. We need to treat each and everyone like a precious jewel that we take great care of."
Really listen to yourself in the next few days, as well as listening to those around you. How often does "I’m sorry” get thrown out there with no slowing down or thought?
So, what makes us so hesitant and downright sick to our stomachs to have these conversations? The short answer is FEAR.
We need to stop and reprogram ourselves to envision how amazing the end result is going to be after the tough conversation. You could even go so far as to be excited to talk to this person and have a fresh beginning to whatever the problem may be.
"Make difficult conversations opportunities for growth."
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In this blog, Leigh shares her strategies on dealing with tough conversations, whether it is a spouse, boss, or peer. As a bonus she includes methods for dealing with teens and...
On a scale of 1-10, how good of a friend are you? I bet if you are like most people, you would say you are a pretty good friend but know that there are times you could do better. We are going to explore HOW you can be a better friend in this week's blog. Check out the video, podcast or full transcript for more!
"Being a great friend is a skill set like any other highly refined skill that has to be practiced on a continual basis."
5 Things to add to your intentional plan of being a better friend: Open your mind, care about the journey, be present, see your people more often and be grateful for the friendships you have. Read on to break these down further.
Being that friend that does not stand in judgment and is open and in fact welcomes new ideas or thoughts can be refreshing and truly lead to conversations that build a deeper level of friendship.
I challenge you to look around or listen and you will find that most...
We are going to delve into dating that super special someone in your life to know how to have those difficult conversations whether it be with your kids, a co-worker, friend or family member.
As we get busy and have been with that amazing partner for months or years, we sometimes tend to get a bit complacent. We may even go as far as taking them for granted without even realizing that we are doing it.
I am going to share 3 important reasons to make date night a big deal and why it should be the most important thing on your calendar.
"Like a house a relationship needs a strong foundation and dating provides the opportunity to build that foundation and maintain that foundation so that when the world throws us a curveball, we can handle it like any highly performing team would."
Too often date night ends up being dinner and a movie with little to no engagement. Think outside the box, back to when you wanted...
Leigh Wilson is an award-winning Idaho business owner whose passion is taking the complexities of high-level business achievement models and combining that with personal lifestyle and advancement techniques to form a success model that is unlike any in the industry.
She has helped countless business owners take their businesses to a level that they had never envisioned. Having come from the world of elite athletics drive, determination and discipline have been a foundation for her as she has grown her business opportunities to massive levels and now relishes helping others define their success.
Leigh has been the founder, owner, and operator of 7 different high-level businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest. Each of these businesses were extremely different industries, proving her models and strategies work across any business platform. She currently owns Boise’s Best Real Estate and Focus Forward Business Design, having sold, or expanded her other 5 companies.
In 2016 Leigh was honored with the Women and Children’s Alliance “Tribute to Women and Industry” award “which honors women who have excelled in their fields and made significant contributions to industry in execution, managerial and professional roles.” She is a “Certified John Maxwell Coach, Teacher and Speaker”
“Knowledge, Integrity = Peace of Mind” is her business driver.