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.
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…
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.
Making up what you think others are going to say is a recipe for anxiety.
We ALL have an opportunity to learn and listen more, use our voices and take intentional action.
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 have the requisite qualities for building a satisfying life for yourself and a better world for others? No matter what your answer, the good news is, these qualities can be learned and cultivated. In this podcast, I’ll discuss three such qualities and their potential positive impact.
These are strange, uncertain times for sure. I know many of us are feeling unsettled. What I would like to remind you of here are some positive focal points. It is possible to find joy and appreciation, even now!
I’ve been hearing the word “stuck” from an awful lot of people lately, as many feel we are now “stuck at home” as a consequence of the coronavirus. I can tell you that “stuck” in not an environment or a location, but a mindset.