If you have ever played a string instrument like a guitar or violin, you know how challenging it is to get the right sound when you immediately pick it up. And this is not necessarily because you’re a bad guitarist or violinist. However, you recognize the strings on the guitar or violin need to be adjusted—tightened or loosened.
When strings are too lax, the quality of sound is hindered (muffled) or not produced. The opposite is also true. If the strings are tightened too much, they will rupture and pop. A stringed instrument works best when it can “live in the tension”.
How about our lives? How do we live in the tension—the right tension to make music? In this Coach’s Corner podcast, we will help unpack this tension and understand it to find that right balance. So our lives will better sing to others around us and ourselves within.
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