Recently, two people asked me, “What I wanted?" One person is a new colleague who helps organizations build great conversations. So, I believe this type of inquiry is his practice. The other is a peer running a successful coaching business who is helping me with opportunities in my own development. What a privilege 1) to be asked what I wanted, 2) to know what I wanted, and 3) to say what I wanted. Nature vs Nurture From my perspective as an integral coach, I understand that lifetime patterns can occur. And, I also understand that those patterns can occur in the context of how each of us processes our experiences. The nature vs nature debate applies to almost every characteristic, behavioral pattern, and choice we make.
So yes, what a privilege 1) to be asked what I wanted, 2) to know what I wanted, and 3) to say what I wanted. It was a privilege to step away from my familiar pattern and to chose desire over duty. Raise your hand if you've stepped away from a familiar pattern and you can relate.
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