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Personal Development

Venting Your Feelings:

When we get stuck in a venting session, it feels good in the moment, because we’re connecting with other people. But if all we do is vent, we don’t address our cognitive needs, too. We aren’t able to make sense of what we’re experiencing, to… Read More »Venting Your Feelings:

Stress Management:

Stress is “the non-specific response of the body for any demand for change”. It is a warning system. A little bit of stress is always necessary as it keeps things moving and makes them interesting. Stressors: Anything that causes tension or a state of strain;… Read More »Stress Management:

Signature Presence:

Signature: The special thing for which a person is known for. Presence: A person’s ability to make his/her character known to other — the way we consciously choose to interact with others plus the impact and energy we create. “A picture of the confidence in… Read More »Signature Presence:

10 Critical Life Lessons:

(From Ancient Eastern & Western Philosophy) 1. Everything is Exactly How It’s Supposed to Be “The first thing to do — don’t get worked up. For everything happens according to the nature of all things…” — Marcus Aurelius, Meditations “As long as you remember that… Read More »10 Critical Life Lessons:

The ATEBAR Formula:

Beliefs define us and we will defend them even if they are causing us pain (eg limiting beliefs). Beliefs are mostly formed early in our childhood and come from: By shifting our Beliefs —> we can take new Actions —> leading to new Results When… Read More »The ATEBAR Formula: