I met Jen Sincero!!!!!! Who the heck is that?! You might ask... She's this lady who came into my life about 2.5 years ago at the urging of my then team. "You HAVE to read this book!" and so I did. And with that being my second personal development book ever started my journey down the PD rabbit hole. You see, It's CRAZY that I'd never picked up a book like this because I am a self proclaimed Book Nerd! I've been reading every since I (and my mom) can remember... But typical
How do you define happiness?
Do you think it’s an algorithm? You know like .. “once I get X then I’ll be happy!” Or “when Y happens then B aligns and that = happiness!”
If so.... How has that been working out for you?!
See the thing is, That IS the problem with Happiness. That most of us believe we’re UNhappy BECAUSE that algorithm I just mentioned is the way we think. Because we’re always waiting. Waiting to get X. And then when we obtain or achieve that thing... we
February One. Ever look down at your calendar or have to write the date after a long weekend off from working and wonder… Where has the month ran off to so quickly? Yeah, me too. What about those #goals, or better yet, Intentions, you set back at the beginning of January? How are those going for you? If you’re of the majority of folks, you probably fall in one of three categories: (1) still plugging away, (2) teetering on the edge of still doing it “sometimes”, or (3) you’
January 1, 2018 seemed like the perfect day to start fresh. The first day of the year that fell on the first day of the month that also fell on the first day of the week. Phew! That’s pressure! Most of us set New Year’s Resolutions. Most all of us make ‘em AND Most of us all break ‘em. Resolutions (1) are a firm decision to do or not to do something; the action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter. The problem is come mid-February if we’re lucky to make it
There seems to be two major types of people in the world, or at least that come into my office, and they become easily identifiable when I begin to ask them about what their daily life looks like. I ask them about their routine. The first type will very blasé-like, maybe laugh even, and talk about how “go with the flow” they are. No need for routine here. But then they can’t seem to get their life together in some way or another or their mental health is suffering. The sec