Meg’s blog

This blog is about helping you to become a more effective leader.

Leadership is not necessarily about your position in an organization. It is about rallying yourself and others to a better future. This could occur in your workplace, your community or home life, or even in a compelling future you want to create for yourself. It is about tapping into that deeper inner place inside you and in others of movement that is already waiting to happen.

As an executive coach, mindfulness coach, mediator and mom, I have lots of stories and tools to share with you. I hope that this blog inspires you, provides you concrete examples and systematic tools and evidence, and creates a community of sharing. I’d d love to hear from you too of your successes, frustrations and questions. Enjoy!

Stress relief on the dock

Natural stress relief: bring the dock on home

“What’s the point of meditating anyway? I feel like I know my own mind and how to quiet it. I know ...
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Build Resilience. Use Your News Feeds – Don’t Be Used By Them

Stay engaged or unplug? How do you maintain resilience when 24/7 newsfeeds have you feeling off-balance or overwhelmed? Hunker Down or ...
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Sync Up Your Self-Awareness and Other Awareness for Leap Day

Every four years on Leap Day, we are reminded to re-sync our human made clock time to nature’s solar time ...
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Time is Precious

Finding Time for What’s Important

From 5:30 – 800 PM she doesn’t take calls. Catherine McKenna – Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change – builds ...
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The Perils of Spiritual Leadership

The challenges of spiritual leadership have recently been highlighted in a New York Times article  for an individual linked with ...
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Supports for your 20 Minute Meditation Challenge

An integral approach to supporting your meditation practice can set you up for sustainable success, turning your good intentions into ...
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Impeccable Commitments in Uncertain Times

How do you make a commitment that has staying power when you know that your promises are subject to the risks ...
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The Power of Gone; with Mindfulness your New Best Friend

What happens when you think of the word "gone"?  A sense of sorrow and loss - gone forever, gone away? ...
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Grab Your Free Won’t

What happens when you feel stymied in changing some long standing habits? Whether it's healthy eating, getting more exercise, or ...
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To Change Your Habits, Find the Gap Between No and Yes

When we are faced with change or choice, we often rely on our regular habits in making a decision. A good friend of ...
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Growing into the New Resilience

For some people, it's a dull flat feeling of being stuck. For others, it's a frantic sense of never enough ...
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Get the Full Picture; Leaders See Multiple Perspectives in a Complex World

Many of us are enjoying watching the Winter Olympics, cheering on athletes, witnessing the human drama of endurance, winning and ...
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Mindfulness – Getting Real in Your Own Life

You may have noticed a recent proliferation of media attention to the benefits of mindfulness. As a decades-long meditation and ...
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The Dilemma of Leadership

Like many others, I have been reflecting on the life and global contribution of Nelson Mandela. What struck me most ...
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The Myth of Directing Change

When you think about the successful change efforts you've seen, either at work or in your personal life, have they ...
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