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Know yourself.

Understand yourself

How well do you understand yourself?

Understanding ourselves means knowing what we value, want from life, what we love and fear, what our strengths and weaknesses are, and what our attitudes and beliefs are. Some of this may be difficult to acknowledge and accept. Some of it we may never have fully come to terms with. Those things we refuse to see and accept are probably getting in our way a lot of the time — with or without our awareness of how or why. We simply know that something isn’t working, and, if we’re lucky, we might see some patterns or trends.

How will you begin to more fully understand — and accept — yourself today?

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PEL Coaching, LLC, is a coaching and consulting company headquartered in the Washington, DC area based on the ideology of Power, Energy, and Leadership. Our philosophy is grounded on the idea that when these three powerful forces are directed, individuals, couples, families, managers, executives, teams, groups, and organizations of all sizes can achieve new levels of satisfaction and success and better manage communication, conflict, and challenge.

One thing

One thing

What one thing will produce your best results?

Focusing on doing one thing at a time allows us to maximize our attention, eliminate distractions, and get more done. However, awareness of our surroundings while in these moments of intense attention is also key to successful results. Being aware of our context allows us the ability to remain flexible. This ability is sometimes referred to as inclusive awareness.

How do you balance focus with remaining sensitive to context?

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PEL Coaching, LLC, is a coaching and consulting company headquartered in the Washington, DC area based on the ideology of Power, Energy, and Leadership. Our philosophy is grounded on the idea that when these three powerful forces are directed, individuals, couples, families, managers, executives, teams, groups, and organizations of all sizes can achieve new levels of satisfaction and success and better manage communication, conflict, and challenge.