Posted by Lee-Anne Ragan | Filed under Change management & wellness
describes herself as dark chocolate chili peppers. She’s sweet and has a kick when she’s helping self-starters self-finish one project at a time. Dyana’s a coach in the very best sense of the word. She’s also a professional instigator, she takes what’s already there and turns up the volumes. A college instructor, an entrepreneur and a good friend and colleague all give you some sense of Dyana, who is also the subject of this month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors’ newsletter
I recently asked her 7 questions. Here are her intriguing responses.
- What are the biggest blocks or obstacles you see your clients trying to overcome?
There’s never any shortage of ideas but what to do next gets people into a state of analysis paralysis. Making a decision about what to do next always needs to rise to the top.
- Daniel Pink, in a Whole New Mind, talks about how our North American-centric search for abundance hasn’t satisfied us, that we’re still yearning and searching. What do you think we’re hungry for?
Transparency, which is different from authenticity. We’re hungry to take a big leap and be safe and be understood and know that our intentions will be clear and understood by others.
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