In our new Youtube video, understand why we don’t change even though we know better. The Hand On The Stove analogy helps you feel normal, the Fire Alarm metaphor shifts your relationship with stress and the 3C’s teach us how to respond in order to minimize suffering and maximize happiness. Connect with us on any of our social media and let us know what you think? Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click
There are a couple of flaws in our thinking about “those people” who dare to speak up and make a difference in the world. We tend to assume they are fearless, and that is how they do what they do- FALSE! They just come up with a process to determine when it is worth taking RISKS in the service of living their VALUES. We get caught up thinking we have to speak up in order to make a difference, when in truth there are millions of people who quietly make a big difference daily.
If it doesn’t suck, we don’t do it. – Navy Seal motto As you might remember in my last post… I’ve been struggling to mentally adjust to a new position I’ve taken. It’s a golden opportunity and I’m thrilled to be there. At the same time. I sometimes feel totally incompetent. It’s not that I’m not prepared either. I already have more training in the therapy approach I use than most people, and from world class trainers. It’s just that I had not yet used it with clients whose di
Change is hard. It just is. We are always looking for ways to stay on track through the the change process. We all know how helpful it is to have someone to be accountable to for meeting our personal goals, to help us declutter, or just have a pep talk when we need it. What if we don’t have that healthy tribe to help us along though? It makes the journey a lot more difficult, but help is here! Read on to learn more from our guest blog post by Mindful Dragon! When I was asked
We don’t get to live a life where we are excited to get up in the morning unless we are willing to take some chances. So much of life is uncertain that if we play it safe, we end up feeling stuck in a rut and feeling generally unsatisfied. When you have 5 min, I recommend you take the , Risk Attitude Profiler test to see where you level of risk tends to be. There are a few things to remember about risk and mistakes: If we are going to LIVE, we have to be willing to SHOW UP an