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Navigation Points


 

Navigation Points

It's your Journey! We can help you pilot your course.

We work with individuals and groups who want a fulfilling, joyous life but feel frustrated, unfocused, or are in transition.
We seek to set your entire life on a path to fulfillment.
Coaching, affirmation, and positive imagery are helpful, but a structured plan is the key to lead you to your goals.
We want you to wake up every day and know where you are in life and where you want to go.
DogWatch Navigation helps you imagine and become your best self. We do this by providing the tools you need to reach your dreams. 
We provide individuals and groups with the tools to succeed in taking an idea and making it a reality. We do this through coaching, leadership, guidance, and facilitation. 
We base our work on the principles of trust, commitment, generosity, prosperity, and service to community. 
Facilitating dynamic conversations and interaction, DogWatch Navigation helps participants find unity, clarity, and realistic plans for producing specific measurable results.
Navigation Points is the podcast of DogWatch Navigation with Caryl Hallberg, Executive Coach, Strategic Planner, and author.
Produced by Commonsoul Productions.
Our goal - Your Vision, Fully Realized!

Mar 19, 2019

Back in 1950’s professional golfer, Walter Hagen, coined the phrase. “You're only here for a short visit. Don't hurry, don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.”

This episode of Navigation Points explores the idea of appreciation as a way to mindfulness and how that connects with being able to solve problems and live a joyous fulfilled life. Learn how we connect to our spiritual natures in seven different ways.

When you can access your spirituality, you will find that you are energized, and renewed. When you find that sense of appreciation and perhaps gratitude, it is easier to look at your problems dispassionately with clearer understanding. It becomes easier to find solutions, to move forward with hard tasks, and to gain a perspective that releases stress and anxiety.