Overwhelm: Clearing Brain Clutter

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Better time management doesn’t always solve the feeling of overwhelm. In fact, it may compound it. You just may have a case of “brain clutter.” Like your over stuffed drawers and closets. When you are feeling stressed, stuck or unproductive, often your first instinct is look externally for a better system to establish order: A […]

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Exercises to Boost Optimism

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Cultivating optimism shares similarities with expressing gratitude. Both exercises require you to intentionally focus on the positive aspects of any given situation. Optimistic people celebrate the past and present, while also anticipating a fulfilling future. “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” – Winston Churchill Each […]

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Happiness Comes From The Inside Out

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If you’re unhappy today, you’ll be unhappy tomorrow — unless you are intentional and take action. Research shows that up to half of our happiness is genetic. We have a certain predisposition towards a level of happiness and satisfaction. But while genetics may dictate some of our happiness quotient, each of us is responsible for […]

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Happiness Is A Choice

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As we enter into a New Year I invite you to ponder: It is possible to take specific action steps to become happier? We find ourselves pouring effort into improving our circumstances, only to find that we’re not that much happier after all? The King of Bhutan, the last Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas, has […]

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