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Developing a quiet mind is a platform for creating an epic life. When your mind is free from the distractions created by resistance to people or circumstances, you are free to create an authentic version of your dream life.

It happens when you least expect it — an uncomfortable conversation we immediately wish we could do over. Of course, we never set out to have a weird or difficult exchange with someone (especially at work), but sometimes that’s what happens. The good news is that things don’t have to continue to be weird afterward — there are plenty of ways to bounce back and make things right again.

Saturday, 15 June 2019 07:59

12 Ways To Make Hard Decisions Easier

Our entire lives are structured around making decisions. Every day we make simple choices, like what to wear to work or what time to wake up, that don’t cause us too much stress. Yet bigger decisions — ones that could change our lives or impact the ones we love — can be a source of significant anxiety.

We talk a lot about the importance of bringing your whole self to work, and for good reason: Science reveals that doing so can improve your mindset, help define your intentions, and give you a greater sense of fulfillment by expressing how you truly feel. While showing up with your full range of emotions can help you succeed, experts say learning how to manage those emotions can determine the difference between propelling your team forward, and holding them back.

Exhaustion is a main component of burnout — when we recognize that we’re running on empty, we can work toward a solution and prevent a crash.

Saturday, 08 June 2019 08:39

Yes, Virginia, There Is a Burnout Crisis

This week Dr. Richard A. Friedman, professor of clinical psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, published an op-ed in The New York Times asking: “Is burnout real?”

Taking care of yourself is a strength, not a weakness.

Do you ever wonder how your childhood environment has resulted in your current beliefs and habits, and whether it has affected your health? I grew up in a city of about 200,000 inhabitants in the north of the Netherlands. I feel very fortunate that I grew up in a safe environment. I could play outside without having to worry too much about traffic. I was able to cycle to school since day one. We had a house with a garden that we, at some point, shared with two chickens (the “Groninger Meeuw Zilverpel Hen”). My parents were very conscientious about the environment, and we did not own a car and we did not eat meat. We cycled or used public transport. And this was about 30 years ago, when it wasn’t so fashionable yet to care for these things. I might have been the only one in my class without a car and on a vegetarian diet, and back then, to be honest, I didn’t understand why we needed to be so different than everyone else.

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