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Tag Archives: well-being
(#371) Your Life. Your Choices.
What do we choose to allow into our lives? What do we dismiss from our lives? On a friend’s recommendation, I bought Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business. The author lays out a simple premise, “If you’re not happy … Continue reading
Posted in Appropriate Behavior, assumptions, authenticity, awareness, change, change management, Choice, empathy, focus, fortitude, Friendship, habits, health, Life lessons, practicality, priorities, Priority management, resilience, Success, vulnerability Tagged awareness and assumptions, balance, change, change management, choice, free will, habits, life change, life coaching, life hacks, life success, resilience, well-being 3 Comments
(#298) Do You Have “Hell, Yeah” Goals?
When you establish new goals, consider these four components. Give your goals a second R.E.A.D. During one of my recent podcast recordings, film producer Pepper Lindsey posed an intriguing question: “What does success look like to you?” (This podcast will air on … Continue reading
Posted in Appropriate Behavior, assumptions, awareness, Balance, Being REMARKABLE, branding, confidence, core values, courage, creating your future, Dreams, fortitude, Grit, growth, habits, life success, Life's purpose, little pleasures, Motivation, Passion, Personal growth, Relationship, relevance, tenacity Tagged career, career coaching, courage, curiosity, fortitude, goals, joining a team, life coaching, logic, motivation, passion, personal branding, resilience, well-being 24 Comments
(#282) The Story of the Lavender Farmer
“It has been a saga, but I am determined to be successful, and continue to learn from each chapter,” she said. “Thank heaven they come one at a time.” In addition to my time on stage or facilitating smaller workshops, … Continue reading
Posted in action, courage, curiosity, Dreams, growth, Life lessons, Life's purpose, Passion, Purpose, resilience Tagged action, awareness, courage, disappointment, goals, growth, happiness, motivation, passion, purpose, resilience, well-being, your story Leave a comment
(#275) What Do You Carry In Your Backpack?
It’s one thing to know we need to shed the extra baggage but it is quite another thing to actually do it. Most often I do not have any idea what my next blog will address. There isn’t any grand … Continue reading
Posted in Balance, Choice, courage, growth, habits, Personal growth, Personal Wellbeing, resilience, self-regulatory behavior Tagged balance, courage, emotional baggage, physical baggage, resilience, well-being 3 Comments
(#264) Manage Your Energy. Maximize Your Productivity
What small step can you take this week to set your agenda, manage your energy, and accomplish the most important thing on your radar? In last week’s post I briefly noted the concept of ultradian rhythms. These 90-minute full-on work … Continue reading
(#262) Resilience: What’s Your Story?
What autobiography have you created? Time for a revision? This month’s Time magazine (June 1, 2015) hit harmonious chords about actions that can create disharmonious life situations. In “The Science of Bouncing Back” Mandy Oaklander explores strategies for resilience. Citing … Continue reading
Posted in Choice, habits, happiness, hope, Life lessons, life success, Life's purpose, Mindfulness, Personal Wellbeing, Physcial health, resilience, self-efficacy, self-regulatory behavior Tagged efficacy, habits, happiness, hope, joy, life choices, minfullness, renewal, resilience, well-being 4 Comments
(#189) Be Bold. Be Daring. Be Authentic.
Be the person you want to be on the way to being the person you want to be! The New Year always brings calls for new beginnings, resolutions, and renewal. At the risk of adding to the cliché catalogue of … Continue reading
Posted in Being REMARKABLE, change, Creativity, Dreams, growth, happiness, Life's purpose Tagged authenticity, change, creativity, dreams, happiness, well-being 7 Comments
“We are human beings—not human doings.” In a blog on leadership development, Colleen Sharen wrote about the 10/20/70 rule for effectiveness. Simply this means that 10% of leadership development comes from training, 20% from mentoring, and 70% from actually applying … Continue reading
Posted in Balance, growth, happiness, leadership, Mindfulness, Personal growth, Personal Wellbeing, resilience Tagged being, growth, introspection, joy, leadership, meditate, mindfulness, reflection, resilience, well-being 2 Comments
(#160) 7 Steps to Help You Unplug and Reflect
Personal reflection is an underlying principle of student success— and it is often a neglected principle in everyday life. We need to (must) take time to give considered thought to the steady flow of information we are exposed to in … Continue reading
Posted in Appropriate Behavior, Balance, Civility Tagged balance, cell phone etiquette, civility, connections, distractions, smartphones, technology, well-being Leave a comment
(#154) What Is Shaping Your Reality?
Positive psychology tells us what we visualize creates our reality. At the end of each semester, my intent is to leave my students with one final lesson that will bring together a few of the main topics and teachings of … Continue reading
Posted in Balance, happiness, Personal Wellbeing Tagged balance, exercise, happiness, health, positive psychology, vizualization, well-being 10 Comments