I’ve asked hundreds, if not thousands, of corporate employees what they would do with their time if they could have any job in the world (time, money and skill notwithstanding). Common answers include: What do you think it is about these professions that is so appealing? This is a twist on the “Best Possible Self” […]
In the past week I’ve facilitated three #IAmRemarkable workshops (two for MIT Sloan and one for Accenture), and each session was unique AND had so many similarities. We had conversations about how we were raised to “let your work speak for itself,” and how speaking up at work sometimes had negative consequences, like people thinking […]
This week, I took tiny steps to progress a task I’d never done before: a headstand. What is one step you could do today to progress a goal?
Did you know that those who are lonely live shorter lives?! I didn’t either. Read on to follow these three steps of squashing loneliness.
How are you showing yourself love this week? PLUS: Do you like podcasts?
Do you have a vision board of pictures of things, feelings, and experiences you’d like to invite into your life? Check out my (free) template!
Think of a goal. I want you to choose a goal that’s so-easy-you-can’t-help-but-do-it. Need some help? Download my “Dream.Do.” worksheet!
Take a moment to write a love letter to yourself – from the January 2024 version of you. What will you be celebrating?
I spent an hour in a pen with a loose horse and was challenged to feel instead of solve. What do you think happened next?
Have you heard of the Gallup CliftonStrengths Assessment? One of my top 5 strengths is: “Futuristic.” People exceptionally talented in the Futuristic theme are inspired by the future and what could be. This might be why the “Best Possible Self” happiness practice is one of my favorites. You simply sit down and journal for 15 minutes about […]