I have a confession. If I love to do something that might eventually be seen or purchased by lots of people, I will procrastinate and occupy myself with things that might not make me happy and confident. I think it makes me feel as though I am sending out pictures of me naked; I am . . . → Read More: What Am I Afraid Of? or… Do the things that fulfill you.
I recently had a conversion with my direct boss that left me feeling devalued and like I was a inch big. I was super ticked off and wanted to rebel. But I have only been at this job for 4 1/2 months and with the exception of this one boss, everyone, including me, feels I . . . → Read More: New Job, Difficult People
Introducing new things into Life, such as a new job, new relationship, or new hobby, often disrupts the things already there. When starting the new activity, a new routine needs to be established, sometimes at the expense of activities already established. When the new activity doesn’t have a regular schedule, this disruption is more severe. . . . → Read More: New Schedule Disruption
Change is rarely in one area of our lives only. A promotion affects all areas of your life: family, finances, stress, time, food. Same with losing a job. So when dealing with change, you must deal with a chain of dependent changes as well, and this can compound the stress that you are enduring. Some people can roll with these changes, but many cannot. They get mired in the middle and fight the change from within the process. So how do you deal with all of this? . . . → Read More: Multi-dimensional Change
There are four aspects to your direction. The saying goes, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions”, but, like most axioms, it is flawed. It should read: “The road to hell is paved with false intentions”. A true intent takes four things into consideration:
Your beliefs Your reality Your perceptions Your thoughts
A . . . → Read More: The Infinity Path
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It can be stressful and destabilizing to find yourself in new circumstances. Children have more problems in this area than adults, but “grown-ups” can . . . → Read More: Trouble Adjusting