Have you ever noticed that there seems to be a bully living in your head, offering you snarky comments every time you are trying to do something outside of your comfort zone? In this blog post, you will learn how to build a better relationship with that bully.
How meditation can help liberate you from your limiting beliefs
If you are meditating and you have had thoughts along the lines of "I'm on a spiritual path", "I need to find a master", or if you want to explore how you can liberate yourself from limiting beliefs, this blog post is for you.
Tracking life VS Living trackless - Knowing when it's time to let go of old methods
Truth be told, tracking my habits has helped me greatly throughout the years. But by tracking my habits daily and connecting my self-worth to whether I do them or not, I keep on feeding the Ego the cookies it needs each day.
How to support people & employees adapting to working from home
Our workplaces have changed in an instant - from open seating to your kitchen table. Many of our well-established routines, habits, and behaviors went with it. No more commutes, lunch breaks with your colleagues, or simple changes of the environment throughout the day. How does this impact our performance, well-being, and overall work satisfaction?
Why we fail with our new year’s resolutions & what to do about it
There’s no doubt that people feel differently about new year’s resolutions. Some people find it a great time to start something new and look forward to them. Others find them silly because they don’t feel they need a special day to make new commitments. Then there are those who really despise them and say something along the lines of “I don’t believe in new year resolutions”. And what they are really saying is “I don’t believe in myself to keep them”.
Skills to master change backed by science: Delayed gratification
It has been said before but here it goes again: There are many ways to change.
You can use powerful techniques and tools such as “don’t worry, be crappy”, change five degrees at the time or explore your values to get clarity about why you don’t do the things you say you really want to do
And, you can equip yourself with essential skills that will help you be more successful when trying to change something in your life.
Why changing a little is smarter than changing a lot
Have you ever tried to change something in your life only to fall back to the same old routine three weeks later?
Congratulations, you’re a human. We all have.
Part of what makes it so hard to change, and remain changed, is that we often have this idea that changing ourselves requires a huge amount of hard work. We think we need to give it all we’ve got and turn our life upside down if we want to succeed.
“Don’t worry, be crappy” — A simple tool to overcome perfectionism when building new habits
I used to think that there were perfectionists and non-perfectionists. But the more I work with people, the more it seems that we are all somewhere on the spectrum.
Perfectionism isn’t necessarily a good or a bad thing. Sometimes it helps us by pushing us to new levels. And sometimes it gets in the way with unrealistic standards that are impossible to live up to.
5 Steps to Changing Your Habits & Making them Stick
Being in lockdown can be quite daunting, but it can also be an opportunity for growth. I choose to look at this time as a chance to invest in myself. Many of the things I’ve been wanting to do but didn’t have the time for are now suddenly possible. Like taking The 1-Month Habit Experiment I’ve been running with various groups in person, online.