What keeps us going through failure and rejection? Not the cheeriest of starts to a post, but I am working my way to a better place. We’ve just had a restructure at work. They’re never much fun. This one was a marathon that ended in those already well positioned get a promotion, and those of […] … Continue reading Your abilities and beyond: overcoming failure — Libre Paley (Saturday Share)
A potential client gave me a topic idea that I am exploring to create a workshop. I realized I have 10+ books on my bookshelf about the neuroscience of resilience. Kind of crazy when you get to create presentations on topics that you've been studying for years just out of your own personal interest! So … Continue reading Cultivating resilience
Sacred Feminine whispers: what do you want, Love? Ease, flow and beauty *** And so: she dances. Showing: Ease, Flow and Beauty. So much gratitude.
Why anything we want to achieve in life requires focus and action. via Food for Thought: Anything is Possible — Julie de Rohan Hello Friends, Usually I save blog shares for my Saturday post. I love this one so much that I am choosing to share on Friday instead. It is just so uplifting, and Julie's … Continue reading Food for Thought: Anything is Possible — Julie de Rohan
One of the discoveries most we make when we are learning new skills is that there is a BIG difference in learning new concepts versus practicing actual skills. This became so clear to me when I began learning to meditate. There are an abundance of books resources and guided meditations out there. Really quite wonderful, … Continue reading Practicing new skills – competence model
I just completed my first intensive 3-day weekend of yoga teacher training for the 200-hour certification program through Yoga North. It was an amazing experience, with excellent teachers and 19 students in our class. Women from all walks of life, from one junior in high school to a few of us in our 40's, maybe … Continue reading On loving our learning