Best of Ourselves

Marcia Hyatt

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Marcia Hyatt

Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.  Each week, the feature explores what we can do to be intentional, creative and joyful in our lives. 

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Seeing Our Choices - June 23, 2012

The choices we make compose our life.  And often we do not see them as choices.


 

Positive Self Talk - June 16, 2012

We can learn how to increase our positive self talk and curtail the inner critic.  Using lessons from neuroscience and the work of Carol Dweck, we can change our inner dialogue.


 
 

Conversations & Compassion - June 9, 2012

How do we bring compassion to our conversations?


 

Using Our Strengths - June 2, 2012

Gallop has done research on how well and how often we use our gifts -- it seems we  have an opportunity gap.  What are our gifts or strengths and how do we deploy them more often?


 
 

Synchronicity - May 26, 2012

Synchronicity, a term created by the late pyschologist, Carl Jung, is a form of meaningful coincidence.  Marcia describes how she started to pay attention to John O'Donohue after his name and


 

Willpower is a Like a Muscle - April 14, 2012

Will power is a limited commodity so we need to learn how to use it wisely and cultivate more of it.


 
 

Self Compassion During Tough Times - April 7, 2012

To be the best of ourselves we must learn to embrace the worst of ourselves with compassion.  Self-compassion can be learned and it makes growing and learning a lot easier.


 

The Power of Images in Surfacing our Assumptions - March 31, 2012

"Action is born in the image first created." by Deb Ackley.


 
 

Appreciating and Acknowledging Others - March 24, 2012

If we take the time to honestly acknowledge and appreciate the people around us, we not only strengthen our connection, we feel better.


 

Holding the Tension of Ease and Effort - March 17, 2012

Using a polarity map, we can get the best of both worlds.