Instead of only focusing on others this month – buying them flowers, giving them valentines, making them feel special – turn some of that attention inward. Love yourself, invest in yourself and work to increase your self-regard.Read More
I just had lunch with a former client who admitted he is completely overwhelmed with the holidays, work, family obligations, geopolitical issues, etc. He asked for advice on how to overcome this feeling of exhaustion, and I suggested reading books on personal and professional development.
“Even if you read one book a month and or read one segment of one book each month, it will help,” I told him.Read More
Every day, we are inundated with five times more information than we were in 1986. We are constantly plugged in – to email, the news, and social media. We work more and sleep less.
Our brains need a break in the form of self-care.Read More
He’s a big shot at his company and a marathon runner, but he was telling me that he keeps getting colds. I pointed out that he really needs to do one item of self-care every day.Read More
My client Ben recently told me this story:
“A direct report came into my office to discuss an important concern. After a few minutes, he said, ‘I can see you’re busy. I’ll talk to you about this later.’Read More