Business Coach Presents Tests Propensity for 'Presence' in Situational Surveys

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When we are fully present, we experience life. We can see more clearly what has to happen. We can see the truth about the moment. We can see the truth about our impact. We can fully feel our feelings: joy, anger, sadness or excitement. It is in this place that we can better identify, as leaders in our own lives, what needs to happen next.

Business coach and public speaker Anese Cavanaugh has just released a series of free articles on her web site. The article, Business Coaching Tip: Dare to be present - or what's the Point?, is available for immediate download at

Cavanaugh asks her readers to envision themselves in eight situations. The situational survey helps them become aware of their propensity to be present. The work/life balance expert defines 'present' as "existing or being in the time occurring now."

The quick survey describes situations at home and at work; situations with family and co-workers; or situations when the reader is alone. "I work with business coaching clients on several kinds of presence: 'Leader's Presence', 'Emotional and Mental Presence' and 'Physical Presence.' It's essential to pay attention to all three in order to be aware of your impact, create intentional impact, and be present to your life. Because if you're not present to your life, what is the point? Truly. Think about that. If you are not present to your life - what is the point?" challenges the business coach.

"We're given the beautiful gift of life, relationships, family, work we can love, health, emotions, the ability to make an impact, gain work/life balance and so much more. We could go through our days with our minds in other places, missing all the beautiful gifts of the moment, wishing we were an hour, a day or a week ahead. We could yearn to be somewhere other than where we are now. Or we can go through our lives, each day, conscious of each moment - easy or hard, stressful or peaceful, mundane or exhilarating," encourages the experienced public speaker.

Download the powerful article now to test your propensity for 'presence'.

To access the business coach's complete article series, visit

Anese Cavanaugh, founder of Dare To Engage, is devoted to helping forward thinking business leaders become revered leaders in business and life while they build a more authentically engaged workforce, retain top talent, and support personal sustainability throughout their organizations. With degrees and credentials in the areas of kinesiology, leadership development, productivity, coaching, and wellness, Anese brings a fresh perspective to experiential leadership training and fully engaged living, celebrating and honoring the hero within each person. For more about Anese or the Dare To Engage Programs or to receive a complimentary report and audio on "Energy & Results" go to


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