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Tunnel Vision

Do you get tunnel vision when you are going after a goal and ignore the other parts of your life? I sure did and it led me down the path of some serious imbalance and stress. It’s interesting to me that tunnel vision is something our bodies do under stress. I personally have never hadContinue reading “Tunnel Vision”

Fear of Looking Stupid

Have you ever held back from asking for help because you didn’t want to look or feel stupid?  I’ve done this all my life. I start to feel unsafe when I don’t know something and I’m talking to a person who I’ve deemed to be an authority or expert. I immediately change the subject backContinue reading “Fear of Looking Stupid”

Work Hard

Growing up, one of the things that I heard repeatedly was that you have to work hard to be successful. Somehow or another my growing brain associated the following with that statement: Working hard requires lots of time Working hard requires sacrifice Working hard is no fun Working hard is stressful Not working hard isContinue reading “Work Hard”

Alignment

Does something just feel off in your career? Are you thinking that there has to be something more? That you were put here to do great things and this just isn’t it? Your alignment may be off. The definition of alignment that I find most compelling when talking about our career is: “the proper adjustmentContinue reading “Alignment”

The A-Z of Calm

In honor of #internationalcalmday, here are my A-Z tips to be more calm. Allow. Allow your emotions. Burying them or overpowering them makes them last longer Breathe. The stress response increases your respiratory rate. Intentional breathing techniques such as a 4-4-4-4 box breath can calm you right down. Curious. Get curious as to what youContinue reading “The A-Z of Calm”

Embrace Discomfort

What audacious goal do you have in mind for this month? When you think about it are you uncomfortable? Does it make you want to throw up? This is a great sign that you are on the right track for growth.  To grow, there must be discomfort. In nature, when things grow, there is aContinue reading “Embrace Discomfort”

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