How to get your mojo back after Loss of Heart

How to get your mojo back after Loss of Heart

The theme of why laziness is a lie is creating a lot of rich discussions so if you have been following along, thanks for being a part of this. If you are new here, welcome! Thanks for joining us. We're exploring Pema Chödrön's model that observes three states...

You’re not lazy, you’re just seeking comfort.

You’re not lazy, you’re just seeking comfort.

My post on why laziness is a lie created lot of buzz in my inbox. Most of you embraced Pema Chödrön's model that observes three states underneath what we label as laziness - Seeking Comfort, Loss of Heart, and Couldn't Care Less. Most of you understood how being...

Make your lists work for you, not against you.

Make your lists work for you, not against you.

Lists get a bad rap because they are usually used to create a big line of to-do’s. Then we rush to check off each to-do quicker than they get added on. The conversation at the end of the day often sounds like: Q: “How was your day?” A: “Not bad, but I didn’t get...

You’re not a failure. You’re just doing it right.

Seeing the word failure, typing it, saying it, just thinking about it, is enough to make a person queasy. F.A.I.L.U.R.E. I've been told that the more you are exposed to it you eventually get used to it.  Maybe. I'm still having a tough time with that theory. What...

Stressed out? Two easy ways to knock it off.

The number one "how to" search in Google in 2015 was "how to get rid of stress." I can certainly relate to that question as its something I've Googled myself many times (ha, maybe I was the one that tipped the scales). I define "stress" as a state that develops when...