We've all done it. A zoom call gets boring for a moment and you drift seamlessly into no-mans land or start working on the grocery list.
Every coach I've talked to has experienced a tele-session where you can hear your client on the phone working on the dishes or prepping for dinner in an attempt to cut corners.
Or worse. This topic brings me back to high-school. Sitting in class, daydreaming and then ... "Laurel. What are your thoughts on this?" Beet red. I didn't hear the topic fully. Heart-sink.
The question becomes: When we are not fully present, can we receive the presents within that moment?
I tell my clients and students to "gift yourself" by being present. I know it is not always easy. I was diagnosed with ADD at a young age. I had to teach myself the art of full presence.
Today's resources take a closer look at the myth of multi-tasking and how to stay present in the day and age of zooming your day away.
Coaching Article of the Week:
By Laurel Elders, PCC
IICT Founder / Senior Faculty