Do you spend most of your days pushing yourself from one thing to the next with barely enough time to take a breath in between? Do you feel like you simply don’t have time to stop and pause or listen to your intuition? Here’s a bit of simple advice about how one word can help you get clear about what you really want.
How do you gear up for a new project or task that you aren’t particularly looking forward to? Sometimes we learn ways of motivating ourselves when we’re young that aren’t ideal as we get older. In this nugget, I’ll help you determine if your motivational m.o. could use a little tweaking.
Do you get bogged down in negative thinking and noticing all the things you wish you could change in the world? If so, I would love to help you start developing a new perspective. So much can change with just a simple shift in the things you notice. Here’s a quick reminder to help you get started thinking and feeling more positive.
Do you have trouble honoring healthy boundaries for yourself? If so, you may find yourself building up resentment, or even doing things you regret because of the lack of balance in your life. Here’s a novel way of looking at the effects of not keeping healthy boundaries, and a great perspective on why it’s important.
Are you able to navigate challenging situations in your workplace or personal life with grace and style, while also standing in your own power? Creating trust and harmony with effective communication tools can make you an invaluable player on any team. In this little nugget, I’ll outline three tools to help you facilitate win-win situations instead of getting mired in conflict or building resentment.
Feeling overwhelmed or under-enthused about a work project is a recipe for procrastination. However, there is a simple way to get yourself moving. Tap into the power of this one little tool to help jump start your productivity.
Do you feel resentful over not being able to enjoy your home and family life due to the demands of your work? If so, I invite you to explore a new perspective that will have you feeling empowered rather than helpless.
What is your favorite survival mechanism? It’s the thing you often do when you’re feeling stressed, scared, overwhelmed, emotional or unsure. There is a good reason why we call it a survival mechanism, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best course of action. Here’s why…
How do you feel about doing nothing? If you are someone who is always busy with no time for breaks, get some insight here about why it’s actually beneficial to schedule “do nothing” time into your day.