How you see yourself is not cast in stone. It is your birthright to “redefine” yourself and start over, from a place that feels truer to you.
I believe we all experience a wake up call at some point in our lives. Mine was losing all my stuff to a breaking in in April 2013.
Many of us are going through change - career, purpose, spirituality, complete as you see fit - related.
This is a short entry where I share how to avoid the overwhelm of the information offer.
About our tendency to judge and classify whatever comes our way as good or bad. And how it would be to take a different perspective.
About Conscious Leadership. If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
Be it with ourselves, with one another at work or in our own private lives, being conscious of how we communicate is key to our own wellbeing and it leads to more genuine relationships by understanding each other better.
How we do things today, what are the effects and how to align with our natural rhythms to be more efficient and experience greater wellbeing.
Hands up if you’re part of the 3am club!
I know how it feels, and it’s not fun.
Your mind goes a 100km/hour rushing from thought to thought, ruminating, worrying, making plans, thinking that you should go back to sleep because in a few hours your day begins and you’ll be so tired that you won’t be able to pass midday without a few coffees...
What if I told you there’s an explanation for it, which also means there’s a possible workaround?
Why is it that most of us are prone to giving easily to others, and struggle with receiving?
And how does it relate to self-care?