Monday, January 25, 2021

Tag: Motivation

How to Coach a Friend or Colleague in Crisis and Uncertainty

My clients always know what’s best to do. But until they say it out loud, clearly and with conviction, they don’t know they know. Most...

Can a True Confession Help or Harm Your Relationship?

For far too long, you’ve held onto something from your past that you’ve never told your partner. Perhaps in the early days of your...

Small Ways to Be Healthy at Home During the CVT19 Crisis

As we’re sheltering at home to avoid COVID-19, staying balanced and healthy can feel challenging in new and different ways. That’s why I recommend...

We Versus the Virus

It is summer of 1954 and the kids in a small camp in Robber's Cave State Park (in Oklahoma) are divided into the "Eagles"...

The 100 Percent Rule That Makes Life a Lot Easier

Clayton Christensen, the former famed Harvard Business School professor, had a powerful statement: “It's easier to hold your principles 100 percent of the time than...

Working Remotely During a Pandemic

Like many of you, I found myself working from home a few weeks ago. I mentioned in previous post how “virtual team ” is...

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2 Behaviors that Promote Mental Health Stigma at Work

  Can't you just stop? Americans are more likely to have a mental challenge than they are to skip breakfast. Census data indicates a third...

Why Sleep Is the Clean-Up Crew for Your Brain

More than good old fashioned beauty ! Although our brains comprise only 2 percent of our overall body weight, they consume roughly 20 percent of our...

Let Waiting and Boredom Be Your Guide

Waiting and boredom have been the bugbears of my life. Maybe yours too. I hate them both. It’s been a surprise just how wildly...

Thank goodness that’s over: preferring our pains to be past

Recent research from the Centre for Time at the University of Sydney undermines a widely held assumption that our preferences about the temporal location...
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