It’s not hard to find research that touts the amazing benefits of a meditation practice. Proven benefits include: anti-aging, weight loss, peace of mind, increased focus, lower blood pressure, etc. The list goes on and on. Would you like to experience these benefits?
We all make mistakes. It’s how you react to the mistakes you make that makes the difference. Do you “wake up” or “shut down”?
Let’s just put it out there that I made two, in my mind, major mistakes this weekend that will cost me money.
Yes, it is that time of year, folks. Time to be jolly, eat tons of food and spend money. Woo hoo – bring it on! As soon as we see those costumes and candy for sale at Target – we know that the turkey paraphernalia and Christmas push is upon us.
If you do, you’re not alone. It’s called “sunk-cost” and we are genetically hard wired to think that way…until now. Sunk-cost “refers to any cost (not just monetary, but also time and effort) that has been paid already and cannot be recovered.
It’s a pet peeve of mine and I’m in the majority. Most people are annoyed by backseat drivers, and it’s shocking that those who continue to do it seem to be oblivious that it’s on the manners no no list. A recent poll by Insurance.com says spouses are the biggest culprits
There are two types of people in this world: those who lead and those who follow. Those who lead have ambition and strive to elevate their place in the world. Those who follow are satisfied with sitting in their parents’ basements getting stoned and eating Taco Bell until Judgment Day.
We all have had one or more in our lives. You know, the friend when you tell her your good news somehow she’s not quite happy for you. She’s downright envious and an ugly side comes creeping out.
How you feel about your job can be very indicative as to how you exist in other areas in your life. If you are not fulfilled in your job – or can actually say you dislike it immensely why stay?
We all like giving gifts and we all certainly like receiving them, both of which are customary this time of year. For the holidays we try hard to pick nice gifts, useful gifts, gifts our loved ones will appreciate. But that creates a quandary. Do you give the gifts on par with something you would appreciate receiving,
If no has ever told you this before, let me be the first to mention it: it is incredibly stressful to be a high school senior. Everything has this feeling of finality about it, like if you don’t get things just right you’ll never have a chance to them try again.
I realize as a Life Design Coach/NLP Practitioner that a lot of what I do is take action – help my clients set goals and visions etc….but where is the balance when it comes to just taking time to do NOTHING? What does it even mean to do nothing?
This concept really resonated with me. If I were to be truly honest – I would have to say that most of my life I concentrated on BEING INTERESTING. Do you like me? Do you think I am pretty? Do you think I am smart enough, funny enough, fun enough?