To have a life of purpose, we have to live on purpose. Here are three reasons why you should take the bull by the horns and make life happen for you, not to you.
It is wise for employers to be aware of the potential problems that can stem from inappropriate behavior or actions that might happen when co-workers interact in a more casual way.
We don’t strive for work-life balance, as the two never are in balance. Instead, we strive for work-life harmony.
Has anyone found my keys? And while you’re at it, has anyone found my peace? My joy? My fun life? My time? My career? My creativity? My smile? My youth? Thanks, I just really need to find those.
We think we're doing what we're supposed to do to be successful at work, contribute at home and be engaged in the community. But in our unconscious, compulsive cycle of over-committing, we undermine our best and highest intentions.
Do you know how to thrive under the pressure that crushes those who aren’t mentally tough? Like the great Olympians, you can learn to create an optimal state of mind before engaging in your most challenging or most important personal and professional situations.
The next time you approach a possible goal, check in. Will achieving it enhance your success? Will your pursuit of it bring meaning to your work and life? If yes, great! If not, beware.
There's a flip side to our apparently insatiable need for proof or validation. As helpful as it is in our lives as consumers, it can royally trip us up in attempts for true, fulfilling success.
The next time you find yourself in avoidance behavior like picking lint off your carpet instead of jumping into your next challenging project, pause and ask yourself this question.
Can you imagine being able to access a positive emotion in the midst of stressful situations? You can do it by creating an anchor.
You’ve worked hard all year, and now it’s time to reward yourself for a job well done! But unless you employ the right budgeting techniques, you might wind up spending more than you hoped on that highly anticipated getaway.
It's no surprise that employers are increasingly recognizing the benefits of promoting “total well-being.” According to a recent study by the National Business Group on Health, 87 percent of employers are now offering emotional or mental well-being programs