Have you ever had a family member or team member at work who is constantly worried about something going wrong? Did their constant questioning of your decisions and their anxiety about all the uncertainty drive you nuts? Well, it’s likely you know someone who has a strong Hyper-Vigilant saboteur. This week I’m sharing with you […]
If one of your strengths is your brain power and using your noodle to think through tough problems, you may have excelled in school and in the workplace using tools like analysis, problem solving, and data-driven research. However, those tools may not serve you as well when it comes to resolving interpersonal conflict, getting your […]
Have you noticed a trend? I have been introducing one of the mental saboteurs in the Positive Intelligence model in these weekly installments, by writing about each in the context of what I hope will be relevant and helpful for you. If you missed the previous weeks, you can catch up here. January 5 I […]
Here in the United States, the 46th President has just been sworn into office. Alongside him, a new Vice President – and this time the first-ever woman, first-ever person of color to hold that national office. As I have witnessed – and been a part of —heated debates the past four years about the performance […]
Why do you avoid what you avoid? Because… It doesn’t feel good, and you’d rather eat chocolate, watch Netflix, or otherwise do something that feels better It requires facing a hard truth that you’ve been avoiding dealing with, so you set it aside again and again hoping it will go away There are so many […]
For years, I set it as my new year resolution. I wrote versions of it on a piece of paper and burned it at full moon ceremonies in Bali. I wrote it down as a gift to myself and put it under a sacred statue at the annual gathering of dear friends. I set it […]
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