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“Authenticity and knowing who you are is fundamental to being an effective and long-standing leader.” - Ann Fudge The modern day woman inspires. She’s relentless, driven, and thrives on success. She’s a powerful leader. According to the 2020 Women in Business...
Mental clarity and self-awareness can be found through various modalities and daily practices. Here’s how today’s busy woman can find clarity and self-awareness in just 3-minutes or less with a mini-meditation practice.
Maybe you’ve been living the American dream. You have an attentive spouse, a nice house and car, two kids, a membership at the country club, and yet you’re strangely dissatisfied.
The American dream looks great from the outside, and yet what if you don’t have the time or the energy to enjoy it?
There’s a time for work, a time for play, and a time for contemplation. Contemplation is defined as deep reflective thought or the action of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time.
Contemplation can be incredibly rewarding, because you can use your experiences and knowledge to discover a more effective path through life.
In Japan, there’s a centuries-old tradition – known as kintsugi – of mending broken ceramics with gold. Instead of dismissing broken pottery as junk, the Japanese consider it more beautiful and authentic for having been broken.
This ancient concept is a metaphor for transforming the broken, flawed, painful parts of the self so they may radiate their unique golden beauty.
Kintsugi holds valuable lessons about life and self-love. Its principles help you nourish your mind, body and soul. Here are tips on how to do this…
Low self-esteem can often be traced back to childhood. It can be common if you come from a background where you were told you weren’t good enough, were made to feel unlovable, or suffered through a traumatic event. If you experienced any of these things growing up, it’s possible that your desire for success is driven by low self-esteem.
The pandemic and politics have hurt some of our relationships deeply. Some have been damaged irreparably. For those that are worth restoring, we’ll talk about how to forgive, accept, and enjoy one another again.