Leadership expert and author Growing the Distance, Jim Clemmer, offers a workshop called Leading @ the Speed of Change in which he explores how people react when on the change train.
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My last month has included a number of significant and insignificant ups and downs. They happen to me, to you and most of us. People say “the ups and downs of life.” Right? But let’s call them downs and UPs. That feels better to complete the cycle on a resilient uplift! Don’t you agree? There […]
Anger is called the misunderstood emotion because many people do not know how to use it constructively. If unmanaged it can do harm to your relationships and trigger the release of numerous stress hormones in your brain and body. If you struggle to manage this highly charged emotion please consider using the classic anger management tool, the Anger […]
The reports of six Canadian veterans, including the death of twenty year old, Leona MacEachern of suicide, deeply troubled me. The media surmised that their despair was caused by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which was caused by experiencing the horror of military service. PSTD and suicide are often paired; too often! Child of a […]
We live in an addiction-prone culture filled with many invitations to become addicted. Magazine and television advertisements are filled with promises of a quick fix (they say cure) from many physical, mental or emotional discomforts. I am not denying the need for medications for real pain, clinical depression or other mental health disorders. But we […]
It’s important for us to embrace the traditional feminine role of caregiver as a way to demonstrate our strengths and capabilities.
Benjamin Franklin, said, “When you’re finished changing, you’re finished.”
Your job is to stop demeaning yourself in the middle of a comparison. As the old adage goes you can’t compare apples to oranges.
It is challenging to make sense of the complicated emotion of anger.