On this Thanksgiving Eve in the US and first night Hannukah for my family and many of you, I’ve compiled several of my blogs on the topic of “gratitude”. As you will see, and may alreadyn know, gratitude is a necessary component of happiness. Enjoy! Gratitude & Happiness Posted in anger, gratitude, happiness, happy, stress, Uncategorized, tagged anger,gratitude, happiness, stress on October 15, 2013 | Edit | Leave a … More Gratitude!
Well, for those who know me well I only complain when there’s really a point- like holiday shopping help that doesn’t know a thing about…!! I was in a big chain store (not my fav thing:)) since there was a free deal on a great phone upgrade that I was about to pay for (at … More Holiday Shopping Help??!!!
The Zen philosophy of being detached from outcome may be difficult to attain when you have very real goals. The next best thing can be change your expectations – or perhaps your perspective! For instance: A full week getaway on a tropical beach is not looking possible, so rethink it to 2 weekends away at … More Change Expectations to Reduce Stress!
Yay! After spending several hours (yes, I persevered!) on the website, and several calls to the help desk- you may find my spiral bound interactive book for overcoming obstacles and achieving success formatted and illustrated by James Rutnam of webtimegraphics.com and motivationalwhisperers.com. Now I’m working on uploading the digital-kindle version. check it out: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0615341810 . … More “SOAR! with Resilience” on Amazon!
It’s tricky to know when to let go and make confident choices to continue, restart or toss. Below are four strategies to attain and maintain emotional flexibility: … More 4 Strategies for Emotional Flexibility
I’ve always been persistant and persevering and know these qualities have helped me follow through on projects and with important relationships. However, sometimes folks dont get that – or strongly disagree on issues in question (a dispute or arguement) – and call it being stubborn, inflexible, “not seeing the forest for the trees”, obsessive…The … More Releasing & Letting Go: The Importance of Flexibility