After my podcast interview with Tou Ger Lee, I was so impressed with him that I booked him for a coaching session. And boy, was it mind-blowingly good.
Canadian author Elen Ghulam was born to a Czech mother and an Iraqi father. Mother to three grown children, she is also a flamenco dancer, an artist, and a hostess-chef extraordinaire.
The concept of nonviolent communication is powerful. It’s all about being conscious of the impact of our messages. The key is to listen with curiosity.
A wonderful book that describes CPTSD and how to heal from its devastating effects on daily life.
What delights you and tickles the creative wrinkles of your brain? What are you willing to keep doing over and over again until you start becoming better at it?
Linda Meredith is Australia’s first Certified Trauma Recovery Coach and she shares why we must be the generation that changes how we treat children.
I would like to flip the Do More with Less mentality to more a Reflect and Rest approach, which ironically allows us to do more with less in the longer run.
A Chinese saying reminds us that it is very difficult to change the nature of who we are, that is it easier to move mountains and rivers.
We cannot control the past. We cannot control other people. If I am here, I am going to make the best of it.
So I’ve decided… I’m not going to do anything this weekend. I’m not going to make a list, I’m not going to feel guilty.