Trailblazing Media June 23, 2011

June 23, 2011

The Traveler isn’t published this week so I’m posting my Trailblazing Media updates here.

The latest episode of Trailblazing TV is available. It’s called “Dwell in the Question.” Here’s the introduction:

“If you rush to come up with a solution you might skip over identifying the real problem. It’s a lot easier to rush to pick a solution to some problems than it is to saute and simmer in the frustrations and conflicts that define those problems. But that’s where you have to stay, discomfort and all, to get the question right.”

No, it’s not a screen test for a cooking show! It just seemed the best way to add a visual to the concept of immersing yourself in something and becoming aware of all the parts contributing to the sauce – err, conflict.

To see the episode click here.

Trailblazing Radio is filling the schedule while Tapa Palapa is on summer break. The latest episode is about another important resource you need to manage in your Trailblazing life – time.

The format of Trailblazing Radio allows me to focus on a narrow topic and give you a couple of useful tips. But it’s still a short program. The current episode is 10 minutes 15 seconds long.

Listen to this week’s episode by clicking here.

The summer break is a good time to catch up on past episodes of Tapa Palapa. It’s a little more light-hearted than Trailblazing Radio because of my effervescent co-host Francie Cooper, but it’s still full of useful ideas. I recommend that you listen to our shows on “Play is Serious Work” as we head into summer.

Click here for all the episodes on this topic.

I appreciate your comments. They let me know when my ideas are helpful and give me direction on ways to serve you better.

My you know the joy of sharing your strengths,

Steve Coxsey
The Trailblazing Coach (TM)


One Response to “Trailblazing Media June 23, 2011”

  1. Igor on February 22nd, 2013 12:30 pm

    Hi, Kathy. Since you’ve known Francie for so long you can understand how very cool and truly spaicel it was for me to meet her. My consulting and coaching network is virtual, spread out around the world. Francie is the first coach I’ve met in person who lives in the values and coaching approach that I know and practice. Thanks for helping to spread the word about Tapa Palapa.Steve

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