How to Have a Quality Life

I’ve often heard the following suggestions for a quality life and don’t know where I have heard them, other than Terry Small, but I can say from experience that these are most important: 1. Read every day. 2. Compliment instead of criticize. 3. Embrace change rather than fear it. 4. Forgive others rather than holding Read more about How to Have a Quality Life[…]

5 Levels of Listening

Level 5 – Resonant Listening – Heartfelt, making a connection, hearing what they say and understanding what they feel. Level 4 – Reflective Listening – Listening to understand, hearing what is being said, and more importantly, what’s not being said. Level 3 – Respectful Listening – Attentive listening, wanting them to know they’ve been heard. Read more about 5 Levels of Listening[…]

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[…]

Be Strong & Powerful

Anne Beaulieu wrote a challenge for all women on LinkedIn about the importance of women to believe in themselves. When women believe in themselves, they show powerful leadership qualities. Beaulieu states, “You are a powerful woman. The most powerful women never back away from their own power. Take Eleanor Roosevelt for example. She acknowledged all Read more about Be Strong & Powerful[…]

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[…]