The conversation that follows may be the one you are now having with yourself or friends or the one you had yesterday. At some point in our lives, the question of ‘Who Am I’ will come up and how we respond will start us on a road less traveled or a road traveled by others. […]
Did you know the first to apologize is the BRAVEST, the first to forgive the STRONGEST and the first forget the HAPPIEST?
There are so many gifts you can give yourself, but the most meaningful and everlasting are the following four: to accept and love who you are with all perfect imperfections to understand you did your best with what you knew at the time to appreciate and recognize your efforts to forgive yourself and let go […]
5 steps to experience less conflict in your day: Be quick to hear – when we listen actively we uncover new ideas Be slow to speak – it’s one thing to be thought a _______it’s another to open the mouth and prove it Don’t be quick to take offense – take nothing personally, hurting people […]
The word flexibility has multiple meanings and varies from person to person. For some, flexibility means bendable, pliable, malleable, moldable, adaptability and resilient. For others, it means open to new ideas, willing to compromise and see from another’s point of view. To know and understand your flexibility quotient, join me in the following experiment. […]
10 steps to improve relationships with ourselves first then with others: Be humble Acknowledge the Power within greater than ourselves Stop the reactive cycle – Pause, Pray, Listen, Process then Proceed Know the intention behind your thoughts, words and actions Apologize sooner rather than later Forgive yourself, then make different choices Seek to resolve differences […]
There are many reasons to practice being in the present moment. The following are only three: 1. When we practice being in the moment, we are giving and receiving self-care, compassion and self love. 2. When we practice being present, we seek to understand, resolve conflicts and avoid new ones. 3. When we practice being […]