Trust In the Process of Life
Are you a worrier or a warrior? While I know that may sound cliche, allow me to give you a little insight to support the question. Dan Millman wrote a part-fictional, part-autobiographical book based upon his early life called Way of the Peaceful Warrior. To quote Wikipedia, “The story tells of a chance meeting with a service station attendant who becomes a spiritual teacher to the young gymnast, Dan Millman. The attendant, whom Millman names Socrates, becomes a kind of father figure and teaches Millman how to become a “peaceful warrior.”
How to Define Success in Your Own Life
Our vision of success varies greatly depending on which stage of life we are in. It also changes based on the goal or developmental milestone we are trying to achieve. It’s not a stagnant concept, it is fluid and evolves as we do.
Four Important Lessons Learned on My Way to Vulnerability
It is interesting that I am a life coach and therapist who encourages my clients to be vulnerable. Trying not to stick with the old saying “do as I say and not as I do.” I want to continue to expand and grow.
Becoming Iconic – Are You Noticeably Above And Beyond?
The scale of your thinking will determine the scale of your career. Have you convinced yourself yet?
Are Introverts Just Too Quiet?
I hear it often – in person, from clients, on the internet – “I’m told I’m too quiet, and need to speak out more.” I’ve had more than one client whose job review included that feedback. And the client says to me, “But I only speak when I really have something to say – and then it’s overlooked or discounted. So why bother?”
7 Steps to Clarity and Confidence
Clarity and confidence go hand in hand. When you can get clear on what it is you really want and where you want to go, you will move forward with much more confidence and ease. On the flip side, when you are clear on what your area of expertise is, you will have the confidence to go after what it is you want.
How To Deal With Anxiety and Fear
We all have been confronted with fearful predicaments or perhaps options at some point in this life – some people a lot more than others. Anxiety can easily cripple us and take away our self confidence and make us question our own capability and durability. In the long run it will rob us of achieving our goals and success. Here are four ideas which may help you getting over your anxiety and help you succeed in your goals:
People Pleasing VS Serving People
Do you get caught up in pleasing people? How can you tell the difference between being a people pleaser and serving people in business or in your personal life? Lets consider how you can change direction from pleasing to serving.
Taking Time to Get More Life Into Your Day
This article exposes many truths about why time is speeding up, and why we don’t have enough to do the things we want to do. It proposes the solution for shifting the problem sideways. We look at the conditioning that created the challenges of slowing down the intangible nature of time. Who is the culprit? What can we do to make more time? We also explore the time capsule for slowing down the effects of life and ageing. Perhaps, we have forgotten that it is the journey, and not the destination, which creates our past, present and future. Find out what fun things give us more time and make us happier. Read on… as time will tell.
Why Should You Care About Sight Singing Abilities?
Sight Singing Instructions should not be difficult. Learning to sight sing should be easy and fun. This can happen with the right teacher. Sight singing is for everyone. Learn to hear what you see and see whay you hear.
Who Is Responsible for Your Loneliness?
“What do you do that causes her to treat you that way?” was a question my counseling professor, Fr. Dr. Robert McEniry (Creighton University), taught his students to ask in a marriage counseling situation. The question presupposes that the responsibility for what happens between married partners is on each of them, not just one of them.
Who Decides What Your True Reality Is?
It’s very interesting to start to delve deeper into the mind. This pondering begs to question how two people can experience the exact same event and yet have completely different views on what transpired. When you think about the way we conceptualise reality, this phenomenon seems quite impossible. After all, isn’t what we see reality?