Step one: Inventory of my mind and how am I showing up.
"For me to thrive in these times as a coach is to take an inventory of myself and reflect how have I trained my mind to this moment, how have I trained myself for this moment," says Sharon.
"It's making a conscious choice that I'm going to train my mind so in the face of adversity I find the stepping stones through it. That I grow through it. Be my best."
Step two: Being structured as a coach
Sharon has a structure to her day that involves work productivity, health, fitness, connecting with people, "reflecting on how I'm doing and play—however that might look!" she says.
"With that structure in place, there's a daily sense of progress, so I'm mindful of not being in reaction mode. I know what I can rely on within me that gives a pathway to navigate uncertainty, so I can keep feeling a sense of certainty within me."