Daily Routines of Successful Leaders with Cathy Domoney

Join us for an interview about the importance of addressing the interconnection between personal and professional life, and helping clients dissolve inner blocks and triggers to free up mental space and creativity. Cathy Domoney is a high-performance coach who helps leaders release trauma and blocks to get the most out of their lives and careers.

Highlights from the interview:

1. The shift towards proactive mental wellness

Cathy discusses how high-performing leaders are increasingly recognizing the need to prioritize their own mental and emotional wellbeing, rather than just pushing through challenges. She highlights the importance of tuning into feelings and bodily signals as feedback, and taking radical responsibility for one’s growth and development.

2. Establishing daily practices and routines

Cathy shares her own morning routine of journaling and mantras as a way to start the day grounded and focused on abundance. She emphasizes the need for leaders to experiment and find the practices that work best for them individually, rather than trying to fit a one-size-fits-all mold.

3. Embracing feedback and blind spots

Cathy discusses the value of having trusted advisors and loved ones who are willing to provide honest, constructive feedback – even if it’s uncomfortable. She encourages leaders to actively seek out this input as a way to identify and address their blind spots.

4. Balancing professional and personal priorities

Cathy shares a personal example of prioritizing time with her son over a high-level business meeting, and how this decision was ultimately respected and appreciated by her colleagues. She emphasizes the importance of leaders honoring their whole selves, including their family and personal commitments.

5. Recommended resources

Cathy recommends the book “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying” (Amazon Link) as a powerful reflection on living a fulfilling life. She also shares her own journey of growth and self-discovery, and encourages leaders to embrace their own unique paths and not be afraid to be vulnerable.

You can learn more about Cathy over at cathydomoney.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn.

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