Whether we are talking about a business or an individual, change is necessary for growth and improvement, but many of these have difficulties adjusting to change or resist it altogether.
As human beings, we oftentimes dwell too much on the unanswerable question “Can money buy happiness?” Indeed, it is an age-old question and yet so many of us have defined our happiness by the amount of assets and wealth that we have.
We all know the disappointment of unachieved goals. With each new year, we set a number of goals to make this year the best, only to forget what goals we’ve set come December.
Wow! They are paying me a great salary but it is a ‘work from home’ opportunity: I wonder ‘how that works out in the long run’!
You know that feeling of having way too many things to do. When you don’t feel like starting to work on them any time soon, and just the thought of all the tasks, projects, housework, school assignments, or else, is overwhelming you.
I was talking to a friend recently and she was telling me that her adviser was condescending, spoke with too much jargon, and didn’t appear interested in her concerns.
Fear stifles our thinking and actions. It creates indecisiveness that results in stagnation. I have known talented people who procrastinate indefinitely rather than risk failure.
Fear stops all of us from doing things. It can also drive our behavior too – often behavior that is not good for us.
Once upon a time, people went to work just for money. Now, so many go to work for purpose and meaning.
As Jon-Kabat-Zinn’s book title reads “Wherever you go, there you are”. There is something in us that attracts the experiences we have in our lives and we need the help of emotions to drill down to the truth of the lesson we need to learn.
Yesterday about 6:30 p.m. a gaping sense of panic set in. Did I send that article? Wait, did I finish that article?
I am meandering in an old town following the road that will take me to my ultimate destination: Home.
Asking yourself “What’s next?” As humans, we are creatures of habit. But we must understand that habits are highly poisonous.
The holidays are coming. This is the time of year when we’re reminded to be kind and good and most of all, grateful.
“People are strange: They are constantly angered by trivial things, but on a major matter like totally wasting their lives, they hardly seem to notice.” - Charles Bukowski Yes, people are strange.
In today’s world, there’s so much constantly going on. We’re constantly multitasking away, getting a million different things done in a minimal amount of time.
I changed my nutrition lifestyle to one that contains significant amounts of both meat and vegetables a few months ago.
How many struggles have you encountered this week? How many times have you bounced back quickly from each one?
As if acquiring life insurance wasn’t hectic enough, did you know that you might be required to get a physical exam?
We’ve all had that moment when we just don’t know what to say. That lull in conversation coupled with an awkward silence can make anyone feel uncomfortable.