A blog speaking to a client’s inquiry on how to take the risks required to live an extraordinary life.
A look at the value of fee-less events when they truly are free.
What if? What if you didn’t want to change your job, find a new relationship, move to a new city? What if you simply chose to love what you have? How would the life you are currently living look different, even if the facts of it remain the same?
How much fun you have in life is a great barometer for knowing when you may need to change things up. One of my personal life lessons on how the absence of fun inspired change and the first steps to recreating a life I now love.
Do you dread the start of yet another week of what feels like drudgery, counting the days again until the weekend? How to check in and re-evaluate as to whether it is time for a change or time to change your perspective.
A reader inquires about how advising others tends to be easier than getting clear about their own issues. Some tips ‘n tools to help you navigate muddy waters.
* Are you fully engaged in your life?
* Do you wake up each day excited and inspired by your career & relationships?
* Have you achieve the level of financial, personal and career success you desire?
If not, what are you waiting for? Really?!
How do we measure loss? Based on the duration of the relationship? Or its intensity? How might we find common ground when communicating about loss without elevating or diminishing the experience of loss through comparison?
On Friday, we looked at when caregivers support themselves are able to regenerate, re-energize and re-source. Doing so increases longevity as a caregiver and feeds the well of patience and understanding. The first three tips included communicating with your loved one, see your doctor regularly and exercising.
How to disengage so you can re-engage with more focus, clarity and in alignment with your goals and core values.