Best of Ourselves

Marcia Hyatt

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Marcia Hyatt

Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.  Each week, the feature explores what we can do to be intentional, creative and joyful in our lives. 

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CHARISMA CAN BE LEARNED - September 18, 2010

 The book Leadership Presence by Halpern and Lubar takes lessons from acting to help us cultivate an authentic and powerful presence.


 

LIVING INTENTIONALLY PART 2 - August 28, 2010

 Working the intentions can be quite powerful when combined with action.  A few tips.


 
 

LIVING INTENTIONALLY, LESSONS FROM THE BOOK MIND GYM - August 21, 2010

 Sport psychologist, Gary Mack, shares the key ingredients in the mental game of professional sports.  These lessons can be applied to every day life.


 

FOCUSING ON THE UNSEEN - August 14, 2010

In our culture we tend to focus on "stuff" and miss the beauty of the spaces. And forget it is not so much about what you do, but how you do it.


 
 

APPRECIATING SILENCE - August 7, 2010

 Too often we under-value what is unseen (or un-heard)


 

What does it mean to stand in your power? - July 31, 2010

What does centered power feel like?  How do I stand firm in what I know and stay open to those around me?


 
 

What is my purpose? July 10, 2010

Research has shown a clear purpose motivates us.


 

Moving from a Rut Story to a River Story - June 26, 2010

Dawna Markova talked about moving from the Rut stories in our life to the River Stories. Rut stories persist because we look outside ourselves to change to happen.


 
 

Storytelling to Get Past Our Differences - July 24, 2010

Storytelling can bridge our differences. If we move beyond our different conclusions and explore each other's stories, we may find a way through.


 

Looking at What Really Motivates, the work of Daniel Pink - June 19, 2010

The book, Drive by Daniel Pink debunks the most common myths on how to motivate people. It turns out the carrot (v the stick) is not much better and can actually diminish intrinsic motivation.