Hire your own "thinking partner" to help you process and deal with current issues and plans for the future. Your focus may include:
- Preparing for your next-level leadership position
- Improving communications and relationships
Changing your life is about emotions--what you don't want to feel anymore. Instead of being a victim of emotions you don't like, you can use them to ensure your success. Read more...
Here's a powerful way to help people accept change: Let them whine and complain. Encourage the steam to be released in an organized setting. Help people identify what they think they are losing so they can move through it instead of suppress it.
One of the best experiences I had working with organizational change was in my first job at a psychiatric hospital. Whenever a change was decreed, the managers brought
Change is only difficult when you can't let go of the past. Judith Valente, who suddenly lost her job as a foreign correspondent for the Wall Street Journal but now happily writes poetry and leads spiritual retreats for busy professionals, says the breakthrough in her thinking occurred when she realized life is a continuum. Valente says that if you “lean into the mystery of life” you are less likely to
I don't know about you, but when I'm stressed you better not call me and try to sell me something or guilt me into giving my money to some cause I don't care about.
Stress makes me a head biter. I often read about the effects of stress on my body...it makes me fat, my neck hurts and I catch every cold that someone coughs my way.
What we sometimes miss is
I am in the process of moving my home. Again. I do this every three to five years.
My girlfriend asked me when I was going to stop moving, as if I were filling in for some inadequacy.
I don't know why I like to move, but I do seem to have to shake up my life every three to five years with a house, a new direction for my work, or