Do you ever wake up in a funky mood and don’t know why? Or maybe an uncomfortable feeling creeps into your day. Most of us just try to brush it off and press on. But what should you really do?
We are hardwired for storytelling. It has been part of the human experience long before there was written language.
We live in a busy world, our daily schedules often jamb packed with our own list of “to-do’s” so the idea of carving out extra time to help someone else can feel overwhelming or nigh on to impossible … But what if helping out could mean something different?
An accountability partner is someone of your profession, or any person who holds similar life values and sensibilities, with whom you meet on a regular basis.
It doesn’t matter who you are – a corporate CEO or an elementary school teacher … – the qualities that embody emotional intelligence can and should be cultivated.
How do you deal with an emotional challenge? Do you try to ignore it? Brave it out amidst the demands of life? Or do you honor it, acknowledge it, and give it some space and time?
I am certain you’ve heard the phrase, “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.” Well, it’s true and wise phrase, not just for horses, but for people, too.
or many of us, our social plans are the source of relaxed interaction with others, a way for decompressing from the demands of life or, if one works alone, a way of reconnecting with the world. So what happens when you are ripe and ready for some fun or stimulating conversation and, suddenly, plans get canceled?
Sages around the world are saying that we are moving into a time, starting this fall, when the old ways of doing things will not serve us as they have in the past. We must be willing to awaken to new ways of thinking, being and doing.
When we can find and commune with the silence within ourselves, a sense of calm pervades everything we do.