Impulsivity and false starts are common stress symptoms in the workplace that can lead to recklessness. Learn to better manage these stress patterns.
How much do you really know about your personality? There are many common misconceptions about the concept we call “personality” today, and acting on these misconceptions can limit how you live and perform in profound ways.
I started to be more assertive, share my views and opinions, and not care anymore if people liked it or not. Reflecting on my core values, I began to set clearer boundaries that I expressed openly. I initiated uncomfortable conversations, putting things out there so they would no longer occupy my heart and mind and grow into big problems.
The power of a mantra Do you have a mantra? I do and I use it to help me stay grounded and focused when I'm feeling stressed or overwhelmed.
Isn't it interesting that we still think things like, "I'll be happy when I get the house I want," or "I'll be happy when I get that promotion." It never seems to be in the present moment. It's always in the future. If we really want to find ultimate peace and fulfillment, we need to invest in our character.
At its essence, courage manifests as the ability to act during situations of fear, anxiety, uncertainty, and doubt. For example, a very common fear for people that comes up in work settings is presentational speaking. Being able to continue through a presentation, despite having anxieties during the situation takes courage.
Does the secret to happiness lie in doing things that make others happy rather than ourselves?
Balance is a two-way street. It’s not just about what you are projecting it’s also about how you are perceiving. We all perceive the world differently because our past experiences color our current view of the world and each of us has a unique life story.