Category Archives for "Stress"

How to Be Less Reactive in a Conflict

Conflict is like fire: too much causes damage to people and property; too little and no meaningful change can occur. If you can prevent unnecessary conflict and can find win-win outcomes to workplace challenges, you will be indispensible on the job. You will also tend to be much happier in your personal life. Excellent communicators […]

Continue reading

Feeling stuck in your life? 3 tips for breaking free

The Winter of Change is that creatively barren time that happens cyclically in a person’s life. It’s when the harvest of your last cycle in now gone and the Spring of the next phase of your life has yet to begin. This is the time most people feel uncomfortable, because they cannot see what’s coming […]

Continue reading
Reinvent Your Life

The 3 Best Ways to Reinvent Your Life

There is a unique way we all belong to the world. Apprentice yourself to that discovery – David Whyte There are cyclical times in life where you need to reinvent yourself. That way you stay relevant to those around you, AND feel more fulfilled by life. When things get stagnant or stop working, many people […]

Continue reading

Feeling Stressed? A Four-Minute Cure

The ability to creatively handle constant change will be the most sought after skill in the 21st Century. – Alvin Toffler, Futurist Like a silently ticking time bomb, a habit of shallow breathing could be eating away at your health until one day it’s too late. Too many people these days are lost in the […]

Continue reading

Change Leader Tip #2- Choosing the RIGHT Seed to Plant

Organizations that thrive in constant change tend to have a large number of people who offer solutions for improvement. No matter what role you play in your organization you can be a leader of change. In fact, sometimes front line people have the best ideas because they are dealing directly with the customers. The truth […]

Continue reading
1 5 6 7 8 9 13