While you likely know that your body needs exercise to stay healthy, did you know that your brain needs movement to operate at its peak capacity?
If you do one thing differently this year, make 2018 the year you add walking to your daily routine – your mind is depending on you!
Have you ever tried to change your “unchangeable” plane ticket and the agent says “Sure, let me see what we can do for you?” When she returns, not only does she change your ticket, but she offers an upgrade? How about when you go to pay the handyman for repairs done on your home, he tells you “don’t worry about it, it was such a small project, I can’t charge you”? Or, you know that restaurant that has an hour wait? All of the sudden the host says I can get you in now and he sends over appetizers on the house - just because.
Want to boost your creativity, improve your problem-solving ability, connect more effectively with colleagues and feel more energized each day?
Most likely you have heard increasing noise about the extreme health risks of too much sitting, but did you know that getting up and moving can offer big benefits to your mental health, work performance, productivity and relationship with colleagues.
Have you ever thought "If I was younger, I'd do..." or "If I didn't take the path I took, I would have done..."?
Good news, YOU STILL HAVE TIME!
If you are reading this post, you are still breathing, living AND still have time...most likely, a LOT of time to do the things you thought you are too old to be doing or to be the person who you really want to be.
House Cleaner. Gardener. Dog walker. Meal delivery. Organizer.
So many services and still so little time (and so much stress).
Over the years, have you found yourself adding on to your professional staff of life "helpers"? I'm talking about all those people and services that we hire to presumably make life run a bit smoother, cleaner, sweeter, while we focus on the rest of life?
At face value, creating meaningful connections can seem like no sweat. In fact, as social beings, shouldn't it be second nature? In theory, yes...however the reality is not always aligned with the theory. Building your "circle" when you are in a new situation can feel daunting. Download "Connecting 101" for some tips on how to create and nurture your community.
More and more I am hearing about students getting into the college of their dreams (or the one just short of their dreams) and, after not feeling like it's the right fit, they transfer at the semester or year-end.
Each time I play tennis or take a lesson, I find myself getting more life pointers than actual points on the court.
When you are flooded with things to do (or decisions to make), stress levels are high and you feel like you barely have time to breathe, what is your natural response?
When you are in the "thick of life" and just getting through each day, it is sometimes hard to step back and realize you actually are doing just fine.
“Don’t try to live a balanced life. Live a fulfilled life.” Love being quoted in Mina Yoo's interview for GeekWire.
If you don't know your female clients, now is the time to step out of the office and get to know them.
Do you have a few deep connections who you could reach out to if you were in a pickle?