Exercising Will

How’s your strength of will? Without a healthy will, challenges may be impossible to overcome, getting the motivation to start anything new is difficult, and momentum never seems to build.

Will is a developmental resource, and like all such resources, in some of is, it’s underdeveloped, while in others of us, it’s overused. Too little will can lead to hopelessness, despair, and passivity. Too much causes burn-out, and an incessant goal-orientation that makes life less enjoyable.

If you want to develop your will, it needs exercise! Taking on deliberate challenges gives you an opportunity to exercise your will. Just the practice of getting to the other side of challenging activities helps you believe you can do it. And there are some tricks to help you get stronger along the way . . .

Come join us on Monday evening, August 20th, in San Francisco, for a free evening introduction to Interchange, our year-long counseling and coaching training. Intro evenings are a chance to meet Steve, meet other prospective students and graduates, get a massive download of information about we cover over the course of our year together, and an experiential taste of how it all works!