It can be difficult to stay positive with all the negative reality globally, locally and perhaps at home. Feeling my own this morning, I acknowledged how I am able to shift to positive (and write this blog:)) in a short amount of time with my morning routine of meditation tapping, havening and mindfulness based meditation … More Negative Reality?
Here in US it’s time for vacations and “winding down” to better “gear up” for schools, work and if celebrated, Jewish Holidays. We all know this and yet often need to “remind” ourselves to take time away or staycation. Reaffirming long and short term goals every morning while meditating, EFTtapping, havening, exercising is indicated. Also, … More Winding Down and Gearing Up
The 3 p’s are necessary these days, more than ever. Here in the Northeast US many of us are being “mindful” of those with weaker immune systems and are wearing masks. I’m grateful when I see someone with a mask if I’m about to partake in a conversation in a non-mask required area, since my … More Patience, Perseverance, Persistence!
Taking time to think about what it is you need to communicate effectively may take longer than you want it to! Timing, active listening and personal clarity each take a large role in the process and the outcome. Keeping the other “engaged” in the topic after figuring out when to broach it is crucial. Usually … More Prioritizing & Communicating Effectively
Eileen Lichtenstein is a contributor to the book From Fired to Freedom ~ How Life After the Big, Bad Boot Gave Me Wings. By Author Valentina Janek Published by Red Penguin Books Eileen Lichtenstein contributes to Janek’s compilation of inspirational, engaging, and even funny stories from people who have received … More Eileen Lichtenstein is a contributor to the book “From Fired to Freedom”
The Powerful Spirit of Compromise & Flexibility Compromise can be within yourself – adapting to circumstance, perhaps lowering expectations and being more flexible- within yourself- which will positively affect your mood and subsequently better your attitude and communications with others. It’s truly a flow effect and good funnel! Realizing things may not go according to … More The Powerful Spirit of Compromise & Flexibility: Balance & Power Newsletter
Resilience defined in Webster’s New World Dictionary © 1982: 1. “springing back into shape, position, etc. after being stretched, bent or compressed.” 2. “recovering strength, spirits, etc. quickly.” Being resilient in body, mind and spirit is key to being happy and successful in all areas of life. Emotionally, it’s the opposite of being “stuck in … More The Resilience Factor
Research provides evidence that mindfulness practice can transform our lives as individuals, impacting us both personally and professionally. The benefits of mindfulness practice can include: Improved stress management skills Improved cognitive function Increased creativity Improved decision-making Increased focus Improved health Improved wellbeing and life satisfaction Increased resilience And more. Become a more mindful leader, through … More Mindfulness in strategic thinking, leadership, and company culture.
Some people seem to deal with disasters, large and small, and move on. Somehow they handle the pain and disappointment and go on with their lives. Resilience appears to be an acquired skill, doctors say. It can be learned and used to get through a personal crisis, be it the end of a marriage, a … More 6 Tips for Greater Resilience
Always acknowledge your emotions- even if they’re not positive so that they’re not suppressed-repressed leading to negativity. When they are acknowledged, only then , can you transform anxiety and stress to well being and success, being resilient!!! Here are three strategies for being happy in today’s crazy world: Connect With People: Just being around others isn’t enough. … More How to Be Resilient & Happy!
Events Don’t Create Emotions — Your Beliefs Do Reframing is a way of viewing and experiencing events, ideas, concepts and emotions to find more positive alternatives. Perhaps your thoughts go like this: Meetings at work make you bored. Receiving criticism makes you frustrated. Traffic makes you angry. Talking to people you don’t know at a social or business event makes you nervous. If you … More Release-Reframe-Recharge!