Episode 137

Empower your life and work in the year of Dragon by Lisa Wynn

A powerful way to empower both your life and work.

In this compelling episode, we embark on a journey to explore how can Year of Dragon empower you to create breakthrough results in your life and at your work. Embracing the symbolism and energy associated with the Year of the Dragon in Chinese astrology can be a powerful way to empower both your life and work. Here are some suggestions:

Harness the Dragon’s Energy:

  • The Dragon is often associated with strength, courage, and good fortune. Channel these qualities in your endeavors.
  • Approach challenges with the determination and resilience characteristic of the Dragon.

Set Bold Goals:

  • Use the Dragon’s bold and ambitious nature as inspiration to set ambitious goals for yourself.
  • Break down larger goals into smaller, actionable steps to make them more achievable.

Embrace Change:

  • Dragons are adaptable creatures. Embrace change as an opportunity for growth and transformation.
  • Be open to new ideas, perspectives, and opportunities in both your personal and professional life.

Foster Leadership Skills:

  • The Dragon is a natural leader. Develop and exhibit leadership qualities in your work and personal relationships.
  • Encourage collaboration and inspire others to reach their full potential.

Cultivate Creativity:

  • Dragons are often associated with creativity and innovation. Explore and express your creative side.
  • Think outside the box in problem-solving and decision-making to bring fresh perspectives to your work.

Practice Mindfulness:

  • Dragons are known for their intelligence. Enhance your mental clarity and focus through mindfulness practices.
  • Meditation and mindfulness can help you stay present, reduce stress, and make informed decisions.

Nurture Relationships:

  • Dragons are social creatures. Strengthen your connections with family, friends, and colleagues.
  • Collaborate and build supportive networks both in your personal and professional life.

Balance Yin and Yang:

  • The Year of the Dragon embodies the balance of Yin and Yang energies. Strive for balance in your life.
  • Balance work and leisure, ambition and relaxation, to maintain overall well-being.

Celebrate Achievements:

  • Dragons are associated with success. Acknowledge and celebrate your achievements, no matter how small.
  • Reflect on your progress and use past successes as motivation for future endeavours.

Express Gratitude:

  • Cultivate an attitude of gratitude. Express appreciation for the positive aspects of your life and work.
  • Gratitude fosters a positive mindset and attracts positive energy.

Incorporate these principles into your life with an open heart and a positive mindset, and you may find a renewed sense of empowerment and purpose.

Lisa is a Master Certified Coach (International Coach Federation) and works with clients across the world to create lucrative, happy, productive businesses and companies as well as working with individuals worldwide. Lisa works with companies who are wishing to shift into a Performance Culture, to embrace a new paradigm of Evolutionary Leadership and to develop world class internal coaching services. She has helped to train thousands of coaches and delivers coach-training programmes from foundation to mastery level.

Her specialism is in partnering with organisations to move towards a culture that delivers on their strategic objectives and as part of that, to create Evolutionary Leadership and to build world-class internal coaching services. She has worked with various organizations including Bosch, HP, Coca-Cola Hellenic, Coca-Cola European Partners, The Coca-Cola Company, Mondi Group plc, Boehringer Ingelheim, Logica, BT, NAK and the BBC, as well as delivering executive coaching and open training programmes across the world, including China, USA, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

She also partners with academic institutions such as The London Business School and The Open University on their coaching service provision.

She has been a key partner in projects such as designing a coaching culture for a 42,000 employee-strong company.

Her current projects include supporting the international charity, Save the Children, in working towards a coaching culture that will support them in continuing to provide humanitarian care across the globe. She was voted “Executive Coach of the Year (UK)” in 2016 and again in 2019.

Her first book “Towards Mastery in the Core Coaching Competencies” was published in 2016.



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