Do you ever feel the weight of the world is on your shoulders? There is a lot going on in the world and in our own personal lives. Sometimes it can feel very heavy taking on other people's struggles and brokenness. Kerry shares how she was able to just be a listening ear to a complete stranger at the gym and provide that space for him to share. There are many situations in our lives that our out of our control, however, take some time to focus on what you can control and how you can react. Here are some techniques for you to incorporate into your everyday morning routine:
Celebrating your wins, no matter how big or small
Kerry hopes you are able to find moments of joy and ask for help whenever it is needed (even if that is just a listening ear)
With love and gratitude,
Kerry Preston is an Executive Coach and Professional Facilitator. Kerry has over 25 years of experience in leadership, learning and development, focus group moderation and organizational development. She has coached leaders and executives located in the Americas, Asia and Europe with an emphasis on personal leadership, executive presence, team performance and strategic business acceleration. A natural-born problem solver, Preston uses her own positive attitude and perception to foster relationships and help others do the same. Her ultimate goal is helping others become their best selves, whether it’s at work or in their personal lives. Kerry is a thought leader in the industry and is the author of the book titled, “Enhancing Your Executive Edge” published by McGraw-Hill. Kerry lives in Clinton, NJ with her husband, Tim and three sons.
Kerry Preston is the founder of Growtality, Inc. which supports the growth and vitality of people. She is a Certified Coach and Lifestyle Enhancer. Kerry has over 25 years of experience in leadership, sales, marketing and organizational development. She has coached people located in the Americas, Asia and Europe with an emphasis on personal leadership, executive presence, career growth, finding fulfillment and living with vitality.
Kerry's strategy revolves around the idea that skills can be taught. Effective, meaningful, and impactful performance isn’t always an inherent talent, but a learned skill that requires practice and application to become mastery.
A natural-born problem solver, Kerry uses her own positive attitude and perception to achieve results and foster relationships and help others do the same. Her ultimate goal is helping others become their best selves, whether it’s at work or in their personal lives.
Kerry lives in NJ with her husband, Tim, three sons, Luke, Wes, and Nate, and their dog Hamilton. She is the youngest of nine siblings. She attributes her innate ability to build relationships and read emotions to her upbringing and is forever grateful to her parents and siblings.
“Everything starts with your thoughts, which create the way you feel, and lead to the actions you take which then equal your results. Change your thoughts to change your feelings to take a different action and end up with a different result.”
– K E R R Y P R E S T O N