Moving from importance to significance involves shifting one’s focus from personal goals and achievements to making a positive impact on others and the world. Here are some steps that can help make this transition: By making these changes, you can move from a focus on… Read More »How To Move From Importance To Significance:
There is a huge difference between each impulse: The former is Unproductive and the latter is Productive. The intention behind this is to give you an outline of the characteristics involved in the two different states of being. You may notice from the start that they both take… Read More »Do You React Or Respond?
Which are the disempowering words or sentences that you might sometimes use about yourself, but would not use when speaking to a friend? Your inner voice will now be forbidden from using these words/ sentences. Which is the kind of thoughts, words and affirmations that… Read More »Mindfulness:
This is a good time to ask, yet again: How can we find ways of balancing the needs of people at work, the needs of those at home, and our own needs for both connection and alone time? From balance to integration Work-life conflict arises… Read More »Better Work-Life Integration:
Procrastination is unfortunately something that most of us are familiar with. We’ve either experienced it firsthand or observed it in others: our students, children, employees, spouses, and more. It’s something they and we almost always want to stop. We would rather feel energized and productive… Read More »How To Stop Procrastinating:
Create Your Own Future Dealing with Disappointments: Research shows that successful people respond to disappointment differently from unsuccessful people. Dr. Zaleznik concluded that the way you deal with disappointment is a good predictor of how you will achieve success in life. Look Into the Future:… Read More »Create Your Own Future & Live A Great Life:
Can we teach ourselves to change perspective on problems? The answer is YES! By changing perspective. I started with Meditation and Research (Philosophy, Psychology and Biology). I then realized that a lot of my thoughts were conditioned by the culture I was living in, by… Read More »Changing perspective on problems: