I recently attended a weekend-long seminar and each day was ten hours and filled to the brim with information, exercises, and an incredible amount of will power to shut up my ranting ego of "Been there done that." The irony is that I spent a good part of the first day doing exactly what we … Continue reading Judge? Who, Moi?
3 minute read It’s anger. It’s sadness. It’s confusion and frustration. When our thoughts and beliefs are questioned or receive any push back, we tighten up, rev up, gear up for the fight. We become uptight and ready to pounce. We will prove them wrong once and for all. We will plow through everything to … Continue reading The Importance of Being a Perspective Detective
The buzz of the first day of school always kicks my love of learning up a notch. In my book, it's way more of an ass-kicker than January 1st. There's more straight, and action-oriented goals than obligatory pipe promises that the annual hopped up countdown creates. This year, though, I felt different. I wasn't jonesing … Continue reading Do You Want to Be Happy or Right?