Category Archives: Attitude
A new month. A fresh start. What new healthy behavior will you start (or continue) this month?
When was the last time you experienced joy? How do cherry blossoms, rainbows, bubbles, and googly eyes make you feel? Where can you find joy? Writer and designer, Ingrid Fetell Lee’s TED Talk, Where Joy Hides and How to Find It, shares the … Continue reading
You are never given the power to dream without the equivalent power to manifest that dream and make it your physical reality. — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Everyday should be a Super Bowl. — Pete Carroll, Head Coach of Seattle Seahawks How can you make each day great? What makes Pete Carroll a great coach? In Scott Barry Kaufman’s interview with Pete Carroll on “The Psychology Podcast,” Pete Carroll discusses … Continue reading
There are smoother and calmer paths ahead… There is light at the end of a dark tunnel… What three wishes will you make this week?
Do you feel stuck in life right now? Do you want to learn ways to get unstuck and thrive in work and life? Harvard Medical School psychologist, Susan David, discusses emotional agility in her 2017 TEDWomen Talk, The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage. … Continue reading
When was the last time you failed? How did you feel? What steps did you take to move forward? What did you learn? Co-founder of the movement Fuckup Nights and Executive Director for the Failure Institute, Leticia Gasca developed the first think … Continue reading
Welcome June! What healthy change (big or small) will you commit to this month? How will you create a supportive environment to reach success? What will it feel like to accomplish your goal?
What is one thing you are grateful for today? Take a short 10 second break to write down the first thing that comes to mind. Big and grandiose or small and simple. 10 seconds of a soothing, calming waterfall at … Continue reading
Whether climbing a mountain or fighting through the uncertainties of a pandemic, we are all faced with hard, challenging times. We will make it. We will become stronger and more resilient. We will gain new perspectives and ideas. We will appreciate the small joys and accomplishments … Continue reading