Recently I was reminded how challenging it can be when someone in a workplace is difficult, temperamental or closed off.
“Three-fourths of the miseries and misunderstandings in the world will disappear if we step into the shoes of our adversaries and understand their standpoint.”
The truth is, the fear of not being good enough is something every man, woman and child has felt to some extent.
When negative thinking kicks in, we often get stuck there. “And” is the way out.
Can you recall the last time you were frustrated? When I look at my own life, I can see I spent several years feeling frustrated or annoyed with people and situations.
Life is so much more than just lessons to learn sprinkled throughout the years.
Research indicates that having a gratitude practice, however small, can help us feel better—even in the most stressful work environments.
As you look at your company’s website, what would you change if you put more of YOU into it? I know from experience that when I’m willing to be more real, more authentic, I feel more connected to a purpose.
This invitation is actually a dare… a dare to love ourselves, without limits or conditions, so we can love each other more deeply than we ever thought possible.
Work is full of busyness, overwhelm and managing multiple directives and personalities in order to be successful.
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