Why are we so quick to claim ownership of our feelings, challenges, and problems, and so hesitant to own our worth? We have it backward.
The impulse to react in anger is strong. It fuels us to action and feels productive. But it’s ineffective. To speak in a way that others can hear you requires power fueled by something else.
Lasting relief to pain, whether physical, emotional or psychological, does not come from drugs or the healthcare system. There is only one cure for the pains that ail us.
If your attempts to improve customer service create stress for your employees and leave customers feeling rushed and unappreciated, whom are you serving?
The deluge of goal-setting workshops is almost upon us. And almost all of them will skip the crucial first step in the process.
Mindfulness practice helps us notice what we feel. The sensations in our bodies offer clues to our emotions. Here’s how grief feels in the body.