This week, I actually lived out the Cardboard Dog metaphor in real life. Here’s what happened: The Story of the Cardboard Dog When I was training to become a coach, a friend in big data asked me what I coaches really do. When I told her, she said “That sounds like being a Cardboard Dog.” … Read more
Practical Skills for Your Own Life, and to Share with Others. Join with other clergywomen as we learn 10 research-based ways to build resiliency and 6 concrete, specific ways to complete the stress cycle. Apply these practices to your own life, and teach them to others who need them. Our groups will be based in … Read more
Imagine This: You and five to eight other clergywomen share an oceanfront retreat house. Each woman has her own room, all meals are provided. A seasoned facilitator gathers you for a group session on the first evening and once again later in the retreat. You have one individual coaching hour at the retreat, and another … Read more
Learn to take time regularly to review how you are functioning at work. It’s well worth the effort!
You are invited to retreat with us and live more fully by Embracing Radical Acceptance.