Things I’m Unlearning

I am inspired by Vijay Shetty’s post on LinkedIn about unlearning my beliefs and habits. I firmly believe that we grow up learning certain behaviour by those who role model for us and by ways to fit in to our community. Shetty states that he’s unlearning the following: 1. Ignoring my own boundaries to please Read more about Things I’m Unlearning[…]

We Need To Tame The Mind

I am fortunate to be able to do a daily meditation with a Daily Mindfulness app. The series I’m presently enjoying is with Melli O’Brien called Strength from Stillness. This morning O’Brien spoke of our need as human beings to tame the mind. She says that the human mind is a double-edged sword. Our mind Read more about We Need To Tame The Mind[…]

Things Outside & Inside My Control

Jon Gordon inspired me with his post on LinkedIn about what we do and do not have within our control. Things Outside My Control: – Other people’s Actions – Other people’s Opinions – Other people’s Feelings – Other people’s Mistakes Things I Can Control: – My Attitude – My Effort – My Behavior – My Read more about Things Outside & Inside My Control[…]

1st Secret for Success and Inner Peace

I’m reading Wayne Dyer’s book, 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace and am inspired by his first chapter, where Dyer says, “Have a mind set that is open to everything and attached to nothing. He quotes Rudi, “Sell your cleverness and purchase bewilderment.” A few points that resonate with me are: – No one Read more about 1st Secret for Success and Inner Peace[…]

5 Things to Remember With Difficult Behaviors

Robert Hamilton gave the following suggestions for times when we work with challenging behaviors: 1. Don’t take it personally. It’s not about you. 2. The behaviour is challenging. The person is not. 3. De-escalate first. Problem solve later. 4. Sometimes we might not see it but there’s always a reason. 5. Have empathy. Just imagine Read more about 5 Things to Remember With Difficult Behaviors[…]