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.
If you’re spinning your wheels and going nowhere, or spinning your mind and going crazy, there is a simple, easy, tiny, magic word you can use to stop the madness… Here’s how.
Every experience, no matter how difficult, has hidden gems of insight and wisdom to offer. Life is constantly giving us opportunities to learn and grow, so we can ultimately discover hidden gifts. If you’re feeling a little wobbly and uncertain, or if you just need a little reminder, listen in on this perspective reset about how you can begin to uncover your hidden quarantine gifts, and move forward with more hope.
If you’re feeling exhausted, you may not be taking ownership of your choices. Here’s a prudent clue about making choices that renew your energy, and your power.
Always do your best, right? Here is an insightful elaboration on this well-known adage.
Do you ever have days where you easily move through whatever comes your way and smoothly handle, process and manage it all with grace and style? Wouldn’t it be a gift if all our days and weeks could be like that? Well, here’s a way to surf through the ups and downs of life in your own environment and workplace (plus our bigger community too) with more ease.
How do you cope when the universe decides to throw you a curveball? If you’ve lived long enough, you have certainly had to deal with some unexpected, uncomfortable, and even frightening circumstances that somehow turned out to be a blessing in the end. For those of you who could use some inspiration right about now, here are some encouraging words about finding opportunity within a challenging situation.
Do you find a million things to do instead of what you really need to do? Here’s a provocative angle on the psychology of procrastination.