Without exception, everyone possesses an inborn responsive, real-time inner knowing that informs, guides and instills confidence in creative problem solving, generating innovative ideas and building on new opportunities.
We can hang on to thoughts about past experiences, or let them go.
Wanting to and deciding to are somewhat different. You might want to for a long time but once you decide begin.
Impostor Syndrome is a case of mistaken identity – someone who thinks they are something other than they are.
You don’t have to think so hard to solve a problem. Try not thinking about it and let the answer come to you.
Can you settle for pretty good or do you strive for perfection?
Neuroeconomics, a new field of brain research shows that stress negatively impacts decisions.
Anyone who has assembled a jigsaw puzzle knows the necessity of having the picture at hand to refer to. I am working on one now and was reminded of the importance of keeping a vision or goal top of mind so as to work purposefully. Just like a...
Research indicates that 70% of people experience Impostor feelings at some point or another.
Karla (name changed for confidentiality) approached me about helping her overcome her fear of public speaking. Already a successful professional, she wanted to start her own business and needed to be able to network, give presentations and answer...
There are many myths about the nature and value of stress. Here are three to consider – maybe stress is an option.
If you are looking for answers or want to know your next step, try not trying and let the answers come to you.
“Setting goals is the first step to turning the invisible into visible”.– Tony Robbins This all sounds well and good, and simple, but it isn’t – there are the issues of goal ‘ambivalence” and goal ‘trauma’. In her book Tapping into Wealth,...