We may think we are more sophisticated than dogs, but when it comes to training behavior we’re really not that much different. Except for one crucial distinction.
Breaking the habit of overworking and overdoing is hard. These 5 reminders help pull me out of the pattern.
If you want to change you’re habits, you have to do something differently, which often feels wrong.
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year offers a guideline on how to begin making an intentional change.
Changing things changes things. It may even feel like a set back. But it’s the only way to move forward.
The most important thing to know about systems offers insight into the driving force behind resistance to any change.
When it comes to being “productive” — doing our best work — we often build barriers that block us and sabotage our efforts. Awareness of these barriers is the first step to changing them.