Improving healthcare and research through the art of better questioning and listening to learn from those impacted most by a diagnosis.
The burden on healthcare professionals and patients continues to grow while resources dwindle. Learning to do more with less as we navigate through this challenging time can beneficial – and improving communications is a relatively low cost solution with far reaching up sides.
A lived experience navigating healthcare in a language not our own amplifies insights and the need for better solutions if true healthcare equity is the ideal.
Part 4 of the series From Tension to Flow as the concepts relate to managing and improving your relationships.
Delving into the connection between performance and mindset – part 3 of a four part series.
It’s quite common to feel tension in our body when we’re experiencing thoughts, a situation, or a relationship that is tense. Some people notice tightness in the stomach, neck, shoulders, or upper chest. Tension in the body has a benefit of warning us that we are...
You’re driven by your value of being of service. You see the world through a lens of compassion. You have always been and always will be a helper. This doesn’t mean you’re immune from experiencing stress and burnout. In fact, it can amplify it. “I’m stressed” is a...
Truly connecting to others doesn’t have to take a lot of time and the positive impact can be significant. In this post, we cover 4 quick tips for creating connection.
We don’t often fully grasp the impact of stress on our behaviors and overall health. This post is a reminder of the impact stress can have on you and those around you. Awareness is the first step toward being able to change a behavior or reaction.
Let your goals guide you like signposts but be flexible and willing to taking detours instead of forcing yourself to stay the course when life has other ideas.