Feeling love as an energy source can be renewing. Kobe Bryant saw his love for his work drove him to excellence. We can do the same. Don't just work stone, build a cathedral. Be aware of your love at work and be energized by it.
Giving thanks at work can boost productivity and retention, as well as position leaders. It is the action related to gratitude and has proven benefits.
Are you fighting time or enjoying it? You might find you feel you have more time when you don't fight against it. Are you fighting with time? Or enjoying and honoring it? At work I often feel I’m racing against [...]
Feeling love at work is great for you and for others - so radiate love! Image: Shane Lahue Ponder this today on Valentine’s Day: Who do you love at work? Ideally you are at the top of the list. Love [...]
Can you embrace all of the demands on you at the end of the year? Feeling, purpose and choice are key. Image ID 109964088 © Nuthawut Somsuk | Dreamstime.com Can you embrace the holiday and end-of-year demands that [...]
Mindfulness means when you are on the go, you are fully present. There, and accepting. Image: ID 62370627 © Igor Mojzes | Dreamstime.com Sometimes when I’m busy and on the go, I feel stressed about it and other [...]
Thanksgiving at work: take time to to notice, appreciate and thank each other! Find the positive and build on it actively. Here’s my hope – that everyone brings Thanksgiving to work this year! No I’m not advocating that [...]
Finding the balance between independence and interdependence happens through mindfulness, communicating, listening and coaching. Are you feeling balanced between your power as in individual and your connection and support with others? Many of us have one bias or [...]
Declaring independence from limiting beliefs is worth celebrating - and risking internal fireworks to achieve! Image: © Wenslo73 | Dreamstime.com Sometimes in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one person to dissolve the mental and [...]
Can you turn pain, disappointment, disgust, and frustration into happiness? Try appreciating the situation. Photo: Tom Wang, Dreamstime "Ouch!" "Bummer!" "Yuck!" "Darn it!" Do those sound happy? No, they are our usual reaction to something unpleasant. And yet [...]