Have you ever had the Sunday night blues? You know, “I can’t believe I have to go back to that place tomorrow!” If so, your career may need a tweak or a complete overhaul. You owe it to yourself to move closer to the work you enjoy and rid yourself of the Sunday Night Blues.
Follow the example of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and learn four actions by professional speaker Eileen McDargh that can boost your resiliency.
In this video, I talk a bit about some of my challenges with letting go, as well as what we can do to let go of not just things, but thoughts, behaviors, and beliefs that may be holding us back …thus creating space for new things to emerge.
Honoring our emotions isn’t about being self absorbed, arrogant, or better than anyone – it’s really about being true to ourselves, honest with how we feel and what we want, and willing to engage in authentic conversations with other people.
In this video blog I talk about criticism and offer some thoughts, ideas, and tips for how we can handle it more effectively…as well as ways to not let the fear of being criticized stop us from putting ourselves out there, taking risks, and going for what we truly want.
Many people reflect upon their career choices as they grow older and realize that their circumstances or fears kept them from pursuing what they really wanted to do. So how can C-Suite leaders who can’t or won’t give up their “Shadow Careers” bring their passions to light?
Only 30% of the workplace is engaged at work. Is this you? Read this article to learn five tips for putting more into your work so you can become engaged again.
When we remember how strong we are, not only can it help us as we face challenges or adversity in the moment, it can give us much needed confidence and faith that we actually have what it takes to navigate this crazy and beautiful thing called life.
In addition to our own liberation, when we’re vulnerable we give other people permission to be vulnerable as well, and in so doing, we open up the possibility of real human connection and the opportunity to impact people in a profound way, which is what most of us truly want in life.
In reflecting on what I’ve seen and learned over the past fifteen years, I believe that for us to thrive professionally, especially in today’s world, we must be willing bring our whole selves to the work that we do.