I’ve been asked countless times “What’s the secret to making personal development last?”
And here’s the short and simple answer: Keep doing it.
Can you recall a time when you ate a delicious, nourishing meal and felt sated and content? Then, later that day, you felt hungry again…
Did you think, “Well that didn’t work! I’m right back where I was. There must have been something wrong with that food! I just won’t bother eating anymore”?
Of course not. It’s laughable, isn’t it? And yet I have heard people say things like that about nourishing their mind and spirit.
“I made a shift last week and felt “wellbeing”, but now life has presented me new challenges and here I am struggling again. See… that shift I made, it didn’t work.”
THAT is insane, don’t you think?
Personal work is like eating. Just because you ate earlier today doesn’t mean you’re ‘done’ eating, does it?
And there’s nothing ‘wrong’ with you for being hungry, is there? It’s not a flaw – it’s simply a facet of the human experience.
The same goes for personal growth. We nourish our bodies daily, so let’s do the same for our minds and spirits.
Let’s create a culture of continuous personal growth.
I often get asked, ‘How can we build resilience within our teams?’. It’s a brilliant question, since resilience is definitely a muscle, just like our gluts. If we want buns of steel, we work our gluts and do.
Mindfulness is a moment-to-moment awareness of one's experience without judgment. We explain it simply in “Mindfulness in Plain English and How to Practice Mindfulness” so in this article we’ll focus on what benefits mindfulness can bring into your.
I’ve been asked countless times “What’s the secret to making personal development last?” And here’s the short and simple answer: Keep doing it. Can you recall a time when you ate a delicious, nourishing meal and felt sated.
Many people believe that we’re thinking beings that occasionally feel but the reality is we’re feeling beings that occasionally think. Life becomes much simpler and more enjoyable when we learn the language of the unconscious and understand what our emotions are communicating to us. Enter your email address below and we’ll send you the episode on Understanding Your Emotions.