Category: Change

How Meditation Can Change Your Life: 40 People’s Story

Revelation number 1, we have overdeveloped the material aspects of life, the resume-type skills but we are underdeveloped in the deeper areas. Heart, empathy, compassion, kindness and courage—a deep and profound character cannot be picked up in a book or taught in ………………………………………………………………….. view article


How to Stay Strong in the Fog of Uncertainty

The uncertainty of this pandemic hangs like a thick, debilitating fog. Reflecting, we all felt weakened, vulnerable, spent. Some of us struggle more than others to maintain strength, some sense of feeling grounded or predictability. Brainstorming — humans are always seeking ways to make things better (if a little fertilizer works, then adding more is be better). Maybe directed and measured moment-to-moment choices will root us, create comfort and predictability? But at the same time, intention can seem trite, too planned out or artificial………The best approach seems to be………………………………………………. view article


Almost Everyone is Angry: How to Do Better

Look closely. Anger, conflict, and fighting come from within. It’s a secondary upwelling of deeper and darker energy such as insecurity, unhappiness, or worthlessness. Someone may say you are making them angry, but the reality is they are spewing toxicity outward, and it lands with you. Your mindful task is to…………………………….. view article


Mindful Management for Mindful Managers

I work with managers and leaders individually and in large and small businesses on how to develop mindful management. Here’s what they all have in common: They succeed despite the climate they create rather than because of it. Listen to the mood in your workplace and at home. People are feeling disenfranchised. Experience tells them they are devalued, excluded, or dismissed. Even if it’s an unintended consequence, people feel diminished, less than human. Now, look inside you. Step back and notice the voice in your head. You probably noted it never stops. Analyze the voice closer and try to understand its’ need to get comfortable. It changes sides, flips its position, and leaps to different opinions adjusting continually. This is………………………………………………………………………………… view article


How to Bring Your Best Self to a Divided World

Society is adept at teaching and learning career skills. But we stumble, change the subject, or grow silent when it comes to the things that matter most. We revere the self-made professional who got into a top college, aced the interview, earned prestige and big dollars. But we are voiceless on how to cultivate a deep and profound Inner Self. The result is an out of balance shallowness or a poverty of sorts — overdeveloped with career and status and ……………………………………………………….. view article