Sometimes what you think you want unexpectedly brings more of what you don’t want. In any event, it helps you uncover the ‘line’ where an energy giver is overshadowed by an energy drainer.
Elizabeth Rivera Hartling talks about ‘Energy Givers’ throughout her career and the underlying pattern which she calls thematic strengths.
This is fantastic advice when it comes to cultivating those things that are energy givers for you. Over time you will start to see the patterns.
This segment is from an interview Angela Lukenda and I had with Liz Rivera Hartling on preventing burnout.
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