The Power and Pitfalls of Group Thinking
You’re invited to an interesting and provocative talk about group thinking. Laurel and Laurel share different thoughts and ideas about how group thinking can be beneficial and how it can be harmful. Expand your language and ability to dialogue about differing opinions and ideas by listening in to the podcast.
How can you be more mindful about how what you hear is simply opinion, someone's thoughts, or another's ideas? How can you become a more impartial observer of someone bringing information to you and choosing carefully what you want to do with it? How can you become a more positive force in the world today as an individual thinker, as someone who challenges others thinking in respectful and compassionate ways? These are some of the questions that are addressed in this podcast.
Links/Books mentioned - Laurel shares a poem from her book Crossroads, Poetry for the Courageous Soul. They refer to the Beautiful Work Beautiful Life episode, Taking Responsibility of Your Life, Refer to the episode on Boundaries
The link to our private Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/beautifulworkbeautifullife
Guiding others to become effective leaders of their own lives, Laurel Holland, has been on a journey of awakening and transformation throughout her life. Writing about inner work, Laurel has authored four books including Crossroads and Love’s 8 Laws, as well as Live Your Inner Power, the Journal, and Courageous Woman both of which share the eight foundational practices for creating transformation from the inside out. Through her books, programs, and innovative talks, Laurel’s great desire is to lift others up and courageously step into the life they came here to live.
Laurel Boivin, life coach and founder of Flux+Flow Professional Coaching, helps high-performing professionals overcome overwhelm and disillusionment by increasing self-awareness and shifting perspective to improve performance, increase personal contribution, and experience a greater sense of fulfillment and purpose. Laurel began coaching after a 30-year corporate career. A Reiki master and yoga practitioner, collector of sea glass and antiques, she lives in New Hampshire and summers in Maine.