How often do you compare yourself to another person? We all do. When we compare ourselves to others we lose and the other person loses too.
Join us on October 30th for a 2-hour workshop in collaboration with Chantelle Diachina of Prana Yoga + Wellness.
Published earlier this fall in the Harvard Business Review, an article about persuasion captured my attention. We are more likely to buy something, invest quickly or recommend a service to a friend when we are more certain about it. That part makes sense, right? But, how does one become certain? Can this research be applied both at work and at home?
Could you be kinder to yourself? I know I could. I am a lot more critical of myself than anyone who is around me. This year, I'm exploring what it would be like to show a little more self-compassion.
I abandoned new year's resolutions a couple of years ago. The pressure to commit to a new habit precisely on January 1 was too much pressure, and often led to a major binge of bad choices in late December. Since then, I have set a theme for each year. A word or idea that I want to explore, play with and start a journey towards in my work and personal life.