The mind wants to trick us into believing that we are in danger or at risk of being in danger. When we allow it to divert our attention, then we are truly at risk.
Developing sensory awareness will help you understand yourself, communicate more effectively, and improve your relationships. It may even help you save a life.
Science shows that the moments when it looks and feels like we’re not doing much are the moments when the brain is working more to innovate and be creative. The challenge is in letting it do the work.
When you decide to take a break and do an activity, fully engage in it. Show up fully. Anything less cheats yourself and the people you serve. Rapid Battery Depletion The other day I heard someone say that “being an adult is being tired all the time.” Can you relate? Have you ever found yourself […]
Self-judgment is inevitable, and it may be unavoidable. But it doesn’t have to be fatal. The next time you notice you’re in self-judgment mode, try one of these 7 ways to respond to self-judgment instead of reacting to it.
Cultivating a daily fitness habit will give you physical strength; the side benefits will give you a lot more.