Coffee & Conversations with Leslie!

We welcome you to the episode #2 of Coffee & Conversations with Leslie. Please join us on the first Wednesday of every month for a morning coffee and conversation with Leslie Appleton-Young. You can RSVP for all future events here.


Leslie's guest this month was Cathy Scharetg.

This chat focused on Leslie’s Life Lesson “Walking Is Not Cardio” and the importance of the mind/body connection both she and Cathy have discovered and embraced. They shared some of their favorite books and articles on the topic.

If you’ve enjoyed reading “More than a Body: Your Body is an Instrument, Not an Ornament” - or it’s on your list - you don’t want to miss this.

Cathy also brought one of her Life Lessons to the conversation: Be a better “asker”. Be a better “receiver”.

Ready to learn ways to ask questions without judgement or how to not lead the answer or direct the outcome?



 

Episode 2 * Recap


Featured Lesson:

  • Walking is not cardio (sorry)

The conversation was focused on the mind/body connection and made reference to the following books:



The fascinating conversation then shifted to Cathy's Life Lesson -- Be a better "asker"/Be a better "receiver"


How to ask without judgement – Who? What? Where? ( not Why?)

How to not lead the answer or direct the outcome

How to make a simple request

“What else are we capable of?” - Cathy Scharetg During the course of the conversation these books were referenced:




 

About Cathy Scharetg

  • Licensed in 1998 to current

  • Operating as Sales Manager and Sales Professional for over 22 years in San Francisco Bay Area

  • Director of the California Association of Realtors from 2001 to 2016

  • Women's Council of Realtors Local President 2003 - California State Treasure 2005-National Vice President in 2007

  • Personally represented over 250 buyers and sellers through residential real estate transactions

  • Served as a trainer, manager, and recruiter for top producing firms

  • Coldwell Banker, McGuire, Pacific Union, and Prudential



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