How are you making decisions in your life?
Every day is an endless stream of decisions and choices. From simple things like, “What we do when we wake up in the morning?”, or “What we are going to wear out?”. To the difficult things like, “Are we going to stay at this job?”, or “How we are we going to deal with this relationship?”. Each option taken, road traveled, and person met reinforces our perceptions who we are. Despite this, the question we rarely ask ourselves is, how are we making those choices? By whose standards and what values are we allowing the course of our lives to be directed? Are we in control or is someone else?
Self-reflection reveals what we want most.
It’s also a powerful accountability tool that identifies where we can improve. All it requires is a little quality time spent with yourself. In this post, you get everything you need to start a self-reflection habit in just two simple practices. They are even adjustable as time and your goals progress!
When we think of communication, we often think of verbal communication. But often our words are subverted by an even more powerful form of communication. A turn of the head, an unintended grimace or a sigh of relief can undermine even our most sincere words.
Our body language is one of the most powerful ways we speak to one another. Are you truly aware of
Would you describe yourself as someone who has grit?
Would you say that it’s one of the most important traits a person can have? Experts would.
As we enter into 2017, many are looking for ways to change the way we live. While it’s easy to make general statements about wanting to be happier or healthier in the new year, what is one thing everyone can do today to make this happen? The first step may be no further away than your smartphone being used to read this article. Taking the time to do a digital detox is a step in