If you read last week’s post, you’ll know that I am doing something a little different this month. This is because I want you to succeed in achieving what’s most important to you this year! Read on for step five – how to simplify and why less really is more – in a five-part approach to achieving your goals with more success and less struggle this year.
Step 3 of 5 in helping you achieve new results in the new year is up! Read on – or tune in – for how to take appropriate action and when to adjust course. Part three in a five-part approach to achieving your goals with more success and less struggle this year.
If you read last week’s post, you’ll know that I am doing a weekly series this month with five steps to set yourself up for new results in the new year. Research shows that by the end of January almost half of us who’ve made New Year’s Resolutions will have already given up on one or more of them. And I want you to succeed in achieving your goals this year! Read on for step two in a more effective approach to achieving your goals this year.
We seem to have agreed that the new year is the time to give ourselves and our lives a makeover. And while I’m a big believer in lifelong learning, personal growth and development, I’m not a big fan of new year’s resolutions. The main reason is that there isn’t much evidence that they work. Read on for a powerful new approach to achieving new results in a new way this year.
What would a better, more empowered, less stressed, happier, more creative and focused you mean? When you focus on your own development, you’re growing in ways that have a direct impact on how you show up every day. This can improve your own contributions as well as your day-to-day experience, enjoyment and the quality of all of your relationships – with your team, your clients, with your spouse, your friends, and your children. I’d say that’s a gift worth giving this holiday season. If you agree, here are 6 simple ways to get started…
What happens at work impacts who you are outside of work. And your personal experiences impact how you show up in your professional life. After all, you are only one human. And although, on some level, most of us understand this link – the fact that every part of our life is interconnected – it can be difficult to make the commitment to take care of yourself first. Even when you know the costs. And especially during the busy holiday season.
Are you looking for more from your work and your life? That more could be more happiness, more connected and fulfilled relationships, improved health and well-being, even more productivity at work? If so, then there is one practice that has been scientifically proven to support across all of these areas…it’s called gratitude. Read on (or tune in) for 3 simple ways to cultivate more gratitude today…
Want more happiness in your life? Positive emotions not only feel good but are critical to long-term success. That’s because we’re more likely to achieve the things we set out to do when we’re working from a more positive state. This impacts our own lives as well as the lives of everyone we come into contact with, so happiness is no joke – and it can be cultivated. Read on for five strategies for greater happiness today.
The ability to connect with yourself and your emotions is a powerful tool for leading a team. Although our emotional state profoundly influences both the quality of our work and the way we experience our workday, we often aren’t taught how to effectively use or express our emotions. Read on for 3 key ways to leverage what you’re feeling to improve communications and effectiveness at work.
Do you have so much on your plate that you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed? Even when you enjoy what you’re doing, it’s easy for stress to set in. Juggling between work, family and our personal needs, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. To regain greater balance in your life, read on for 8 ways to ease stress and anxiety.