Are you missing one key to experiencing more multi-dimensional success, to cultivate lasting results across all of the areas of your life, not only your business or career? Whether your vision includes more fulfilling relationships, improved health, even more productivity at work? If so, then there is one practice that has been scientifically proven to support across all of these areas…
Have you ever found yourself feeling uncertain in the face of a big decision? Part of you wants to say yes; part of you wants to say no. Is your hesitation your inner guidance telling you that there’s a good reason not to move ahead? Or is it plain old fear? If this sounds familiar, read on for three steps to help you make better decisions more consistently.
In today’s post I share 6 powerful strategies you can use to build your confidence after a setback – and how you can build your resilience over time so that future challenges are not so, well… challenging.
If there was an easy way to lower stress levels, improve your mental function, and even build confidence, wouldn’t you do it? Play is proven to do all those things and is also a great and a simple way to bring more enjoyment back into your life. Yet most people say that that they have no time for play. Read on to learn what studies show about the importance of play plus six easy ways to incorporate more play into your life.
Is it time to clean out your mental closet? Is your emotional sock drawer overflowing? While physical clutter is easy to identify, mental or emotional clutter can be harder to manage. Read on for 6 proven strategies to clear your mental and emotional clutter. Take just 10 minutes for yourself so you can restore order for better focus, increased productivity and more enjoyment this spring.
One of the reasons work-life balance may feel so elusive–and seems so easily lost the moment a new project or opportunity lands at your feet, or when your personal life takes an unexpected turn–is because certain of our preferences, habits and even our beliefs inevitably shift. This often happens without us consciously realizing it. And so although it is completely natural as we go through life, it creates internal conflict as well as conflict in our teams and organizations…
Have you found yourself in a position where you knew you needed to have a difficult conversation but put it off or struggled with how to approach it in an effective way? If this sounds familiar, you won’t want to miss this week’s post showing 3 proven techniques to communicate more clearly so that you have more effective outcomes, get traction on what’s most important and ultimately connect with colleagues and loved ones in a more meaningful and fulfilling way.
As a business owner or leader in your organization, what do you do in the face of fear? Fear is universal yet it’s a feeling that most of us understandably try to avoid. We’d rather not acknowledge, much less take a closer look at, a feeling of fear. But there’s a lot we can learn from fear. Read on for Five Ways to Make Fear Your Friend and learn to use fear as a bridge instead of a roadblock this year.
Step 5 of 5 in achieving what’s most important to you this year is up! Read on for how and when to get support and to practice self-kindness for more powerful results – so that you achieve your goals with more success and less struggle this year.
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.