Transformation is the act, state or process of change in form, appearance, nature, or character; the conversation of one form to another.
Physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually change often requires nearly impossible effort over time. Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.
“Write it down. Written goals have a way of transforming wishes into wants; cant’s into cans; dreams into plans; and plans into reality. Don’t just think it — ink it!” – Unknown
James Arthur Baldwin (1924 – 1987) was an American novelist, playwright, poet and activist. His essays, as collected in Notes of a Native Son (1955), explore intricacies of racial, social and class distinctions in Western society in regard to the mid-twentieth-century United States.
Some of Baldwin’s essays are book-length, including The Fire Next Time (1963), No Name in the Street (1972), and The Devil Finds Work (1976). An unfinished manuscript, Remember This House, was expanded and adapted for cinema as the Academy Award–nominated Documentary film I Am Not Your Negro (2016). One of his novels, If Beale Street Could Talk, was adapted into an Academy-Award-winning dramatic film of the same name in 2018, directed and produced by Barry Jenkins.
Read and lead, listen and coach – for the sake of others.
The journey toward transformation is never easy when you go alone. If you are ready to make plans for your preferred future let’s explore how! Find out how partnership makes all the difference at www.MarkKolkman.com and connect today for a FREE, no obligation, Concept Clarity Call.
The journey toward transformation is never easy when you go alone. Find out how partnership makes all the difference at www.MarkKolkman.com and connect today for a FREE, no obligation, Concept Clarity Call.
Dr. Mark Kolkman is a transformational coach specializing in work with fun, successful clients who recall the peak performance and success they once achieved when they were previously well coached as a performing artist, student or athlete.
Mark serves as strategic guide and asccountability partner with clients seeking to make substantive changes in the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual components of their lives or leadership congruence in their businesses.
Mark personalizes the proprietary Back To Better Process so that each client gains clarity, grows competence, gives confidence and lives a burgeoning and congruent life at home and at work!
If you are interested in connecting with Mark to explore more about The Back To Better Process, working with him as a Transformational Coach or how to use the SOUL of your story to reveal the HEART of what matters, don’t hesitate to book a FREE, no obligation Concept Clarity Call.
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The #BackToBetter Coffee Cup Challenge for the June 10, 2020.
As you enjoy a quiet cup of coffee to begin the day or grab and go as you run out the door, consider what change you most seek in the world around you.
Is your the focus of your social media posts, intellectual effort and personal attention on what “others” need to change or rather on the “others” that may benefit from the change you invest in, implement yourself, or use your influence to champion for the sake of someone else’s benefit?
What can you begin today and implement over time to stop what is wrong, do right, seek justice and take up the cause of “OTHERS” around you.
The Back To Better mission and framework has NEVER been more relevant to the public narrative in every community than during the isolation and trauma of COVID-19 and the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in the Spring of 2020.
Transformation of the head, heart and hands and the reconciliation necessary to heal our Nation will not take root, spout or grow where there is disconnection, isolation or contempt for others.
In issues where taking sides has no redemptive value, the Back to Better movement offers three strong alternative courses of action: grace, mercy and justice, for all and for the sake of others.
The sustained hard work of transformation of our physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual selves BEGINS when once disparate individuals, communities, counties or countries move outside or our respective comforts zones.
In unison, some must stand down but still find ways to speak up. Others must sit down, not speak, listen up and use access to influence change.
Please join our #BackToBetter movement.
Better begins OUTSIDE of the COLLECTIVE COMFORT ZONE and doesn’t end.
This is not a NEW NORMAL, it is the TRUE NORMAL = LOVE leads the way ever, only and always.
Kaylin Risvold is a relationship builder and communicator. She brings each of those talents and many more to her role as the President and CEO of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce.
In this episode of The Back to Better Podcast, Kaylin shares how the insights she’s gained during the saga of life during eh pandemic has shaped her as an individual, spouse, parents and professional. We cover topics including, employee empowerment, changes in paid time off policies, and life/work balance. In addition, we discuss the circumstances of justice in our country and how the principles of Back to Better extend past COVID-19 and well into collaboration together, for the sake of others in 2020 and beyond.
If you are interested in connecting with Mark to explore more about The Back To Better Podcast, working with him as a Transformational Coach or how to use the SOUL of your story to reveal the HEART of what matters, please feel free to schedule a no obligation Concept Clarity Call at your earliest convenience.