Thursday, May 21, 2020 by Courtney Thompson
One of my favorite thoughts to anchor to is, “We have the power to dictate our own inner experience.” Now, there are always factors outside of our control that impact our lives in big ways. But, following the old adage of, “Life isn’t what happens to us, but rather how we choose to respond,” the
Disruption happens. Every day, every game, every meeting, every opportunity — things rarely ever go as planned. Disruption seems to be a consistent part of the moment-by-moment fabric of our lives. You might not be able to control how things play out, but you can control how you respond. We always say that “attitude is
Thursday, April 16, 2020 by Dr. Mike Gervais
As a high-performance psychologist, my life efforts have focused on uncovering the essential skills that help people live and perform toward their upper capabilities in high-stress environments. Why do some individuals shine under pressure while others crumble? What can we learn from those operating at the very limits of human potential? Perhaps the distinguishing feature
Can you feel the uptick in stress? In you? In the people around you? I wanted to write you a quick note to acknowledge the stress that many of us are experiencing and remind you to continue to find the good in change. Embrace uncertainty. Help others. Be a global citizen. Be compassionate. Be strong.
Do you live for the weekend? Spend your work weeks looking forward to those few days that are reserved for fun, rest and recovery? At one level, it sounds pretty good — at a deeper level — it might be an indicator of not being able to fully tap into your potential. Here’s one way
When we set intentions for self-improvement, we tend to look inward and go on the journey alone, gritting out the process of learning and reshaping our behaviors seemingly in a vacuum. However, we need the help of others to explore our own potential. Our relationships with others are often a mirror for our relationship with
We live in a culture of productivity. Our identities are tied to and defined by what we’re doing and how we’re doing it. And this has led to a collective hustle for self-worth, driven by the non-conscious belief that if we do more, we’ll be more. And many don’t realize that there’s a difference between
Friday, November 08, 2019 by Alex Wood
It’s a process we’re all going through all the time - through setbacks and trauma or awareness and introspection - what are you working towards and how are you showing up daily?