Quarantine Kindness by Randi Levin, Transitional Life Strategist

Updated: Apr 17


Kindness. An external affair we have with others. An internal hug we give to ourselves. Experiencing Corona-Cation in-sync as a world. Apart. Together. What I have learned the most from this pandemic is that kindness is a self-leadership skill-set not to be under-rated! Kindness starts with your relationship with yourself. It is a gift you give to others, yet it is the ultimate gift you give to YOU. Thank you to my dear Randi Levin Coaching Community. Thank you for allowing me into your in-box, for following me, for your kindness. Every month for the past 6 years, my Life. A View From The Coach's Corner Newsletter, has been anchored in a monthly message of 600-1000 words of wisdom and DIY action steps. This month is different. This month I am being kind to myself! The truth is we are all experiencing the fall-out of this pandemic differently. Some are sleeping more, some are writing more, some are engrossed in family. For me, I am leading myself, my family, my clients and my audiences forward to recalibrate and shift through unprecedented times via interviews, circles, endless Zooms and one-on-one collaborations and connections. Yet the truth is at this juncture the writing of posts, articles, and newsletters is something I need to be kind to myself about. Talking is easy. Writing which is generally natural and simple for me is not. Not right now. So my message to each of you is what is your "not right now?" Honor that. Meet yourself where you are. Meet others where they are. Vulnerability is an important part of the human condition and yet we tend to hide. Make this a time you rip off your masks. Expose what you need. Expose what you can give. Be kind. It starts with a conversation with yourself. Sending love and light and inspiration to you all! Be well. Be well. Be well.





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Randi Levin CPC, founder & CEO, Randi Levin Coaching – is a nationally recognized transitional life strategist, Fortune 500 keynote, author, and reinvention expert. Randi supports women in becoming legends in their own lives! Female founders, emerging entrepreneurs, and women in transition hire her as a legacy catalyst to manage and lead change. She supports her clients and audiences in redefining success and realigning and redefining legacy as power tools for choice and renewal, moving them from wanting next chapters to pivoting and living them today! She is a relatable resource and an action-oriented coach and speaker building upon her 15+ years in Corporate America, her tenure as a stay-at-home super mom, and her successful reinvent as an entrepreneur and sought-after strategist. Randi Levin is a featured expert on national stages and in top media outlets and podcasts. You may have seen her interviewed or quoted in Thrive Global, HuffPost, Reader’s Digest, American Express OPEN Forum, Working Mother Magazine, MSN, FairyGodBoss, Swaay, Yahoo, or Covey Club. Her workshops have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and Randi is the creator of The Personal Success Accelerator System and a contributing author in the anthology series Get RESULTS!

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