Do you hate your boss? Every interaction that we have with a person is either a love choice or a hate choice and it's about choosing to love the person that drives you nuts. Here are strategies on dealing with the boss you hate.
How do you balance work and family life? It something many of us strive for, but I've come to believe that balancing work, family and other priorities is a misnomer. Balance means distributing your time and effort equally, but all things are not equally important. I like to think about priority. Through 23 years of clinical practice, this is what I believe to be the 5 key relationships that every person should prioritize for a healthy life: 1. Creator 2. Self 3. Family 4. Oth
When you have the temptation to think or say unkind things about yourself, pull out a picture of you as a child. Would you say those hurtful words to that little version of yourself? Would you tear down that child, and crush their dreams, or tell them they are fat, stupid, or ugly? What might you say instead? You are still that same precious, beautiful person, just in a bigger package. Remember who you really are. Carry a picture with you if necessary to practice, but treat y
I was recently driving a Ford Focus, I found myself doing just that, focusing on the snow that I had left on the hood of the car. I was driving on the freeway, and the snow was constantly being blown back onto the windshield creating the need for the windshield wipers every minute or two. I found myself slightly annoyed, and my annoyance was due to the fact that my situation was completely preventable. I could have cleaned off the hood of the car before I started my journey.
What will your obituary say about you? Will it say, "He really knew the meaning of charity."? Would it be more accurate if it said something like, "Her favorite thing was to spend hours sitting in front of the tv."? We are all in the process of writing our obituaries. Are we writing about true love and kindness? Are we detailing about selflessly serving and giving? Make a difference in the life of another, and do it over and over again, not for glory sake, but the sake of cre
We all want to be happy, and we can do something about it. Scott Wilhite, author of The 7 Core Skills of Everyday Happiness, is here with me today to help you achieve happiness on your own. Happiness is a choice but it is also a skill. We discuss 3 skills you need to develop to get better at happiness: 1. Skill of gratitude 2. Skill to be present 3. Skill to lift someone else
There are principles that will determine the success of a relationship, it's not luck, it's not magic. It's inevitable to have conflicts because of differences but differences are what make us relevant and interesting to others. To come together in a relationship, we have to be different from each other. But here are the 9 principles to create and maintain a healthy successful relationship: 1. Positivity 2. Values 3. Humility 4. Let someone change 5. Respect 6. Love 7. Compas
Wishing equals idleness. We go nowhere when we wish. When we act, when we put one foot in front of the other, that is when we climb mountains, reach new heights, and experience joy. #ActOnWishes #DailyActionSteps
Let's talk about brain science today. Is it possible to rewire your brain? There are things you do, that you don't need to think about. Like walking, drinking water and tying your shoes. Is it possible to rewire the brain? Yes, by creating new neural pathways. It's not going to come naturally at first but don't be discouraged by that. Dr. Paul starts with an explanation of the different parts of your brain, so you will better understand how you can do this.