Instead of a bucket list, consider a thimble list. Used both to relish was is here now and/or create small aspirations to live more intentionally.
Blending the teachings of Roxanne Howe Murphy (author of Deep Living) and Wendy Palmer (author of Leadership Embodiment), we can be more present by paying more attention to our bodies.
What bring joy into my days? What energizes me? A few tips on how to know what is life-affirming and how to choose it.
How do we move beyond name-calling and create space to understand each other?
Life can create stressful situations. And sometimes we stress ourselves out unnecessarily. Why do I stress myself out about tomorrow or yesterday? What does it take to manage optional
Research shows affirmations do not always work - what makes a difference?
What does it take to let my light shine a bit more often? What are the ingredients that increase that possibility?
How we live our lives leaves a legacy to those who follow. The word legacy is often associated with property or money. However, some of the most powerful legacies are the way we have
Competition is highly valued in our culture. However, there is evidence that it may not work as well as we think.
Growing and changing requires us to surface the assumption that holds us in place. Reviewing the lesson from Kegan and Lahey's book, Immunity to Change and Dweck's book, Mindse