It is an absolute truth that you cannot please all of the people all of the time and yet, at times, although we know this intellectually, we do try. Is it that we really do not want anyone to be unhappy or is it more that we want them to feel good about us?
I seem to spend a great deal of time working with people who actively resist being in the present moment. Often much of their behaviour is unconscious, worrying about what might potentially be coming their way or what they might miss.
It is so hard sometimes to push ourselves to be more than we fear we can be. Sometimes we sit unconsciously in our comfort zone doing just enough and wonder why we are feeling bored or unfulfilled. The comfort zone is where everything feels familiar and achievable, where we can feel i
One of my amazing clients, who now due to the wonderful nature of this job I can count as a friend also, is off for a tough interview today. The final part of a serious selection process for a very serious job. She is beyond good and yet with all her talents and achievements at the la
RT @HarvardBiz How to get yourself on track to accomplish something big:
1. Identify a tiny "micro habit" to cultivate.
2. Piggyback your new habit on a daily task.
3. Track your progress.
4. Hold steady.
5. Seek accountability.