Would you like to end your own suffering? Suffering comes in many forms: Anxiety, bitterness, frustration, depression, worry, annoyance and hate just to name a few! Byron Katie uses “The Work” to help YOU wake up to your own suffering and shows you how to actively work to end it. This book is very special to me personally. I first read Loving What Is when I was 18. Ameya was a newborn and I had just left an abusive relationship. It was one of the most emotionally challenging time of my life. Loving What Is became a beacon of light, guiding me back to my true self. YOU too, can experience life-enhancing changes by using “The Work” in your life!
Strangers, potential romantic partners and employers form opinions of us based on what we say, how we say it and how we carry ourselves. Don’t we all strive to be judged more favorably and make a good impression on others? If so, you will appreciate these 10 Tips that will enable you to improve your overall communication skills!
To help us understand Emotional Intelligence Goleman writes “In a sense we have two brains, two minds – and two different kinds of intelligence: rational and emotional. How we do in life is determined by both – it is not just IQ, but emotional intelligence that matters..” You may be the smartest person in the room but if you can’t control your temper, and work well with others; or your plagued by anxiety and fear you can only go so far.
This is one of those books, that while reading it I think “crap!!!” This is TOO good and going to be impossible to narrow down to 10 minutes. It is just overflowing with life enhancing philosophy and action steps. So needless to say, I think you should read this book cover to cover. But for now I am going to review with you each pillar of self-esteem and discuss what self-esteem really is according to Nathaniel.
Today we are going to be discussing, presences, the imposture experience and some of Amy’s tips for reestablishing presence in your life. The reason I say reestablishing presence is because we all experience presence at times. Presence is a moment to moment state of being and our goal is to increase the quantity and duration of presence moments in our lives.
Dr. Tsabary compels us to see that perhaps we are the ones that are OUT OF CONTROL and worse our parenting and discipline is the driving force behind our children’s misbehavior. Today we are going to talk about honoring our children, the destructive role of over-identification with our kids, and why connection before correction is the key to willful cooperation and the end of what we identify as “punishment.”
Today we will discuss, the foundation of parenting, we will identify who is in charge (parent or child) and we will learn to use what Susan calls act 1 and act 2 parenting to deal with our children’s less than desirable behaviors and emotions such as whining, their frustration, anger, and anxiety without compromised our relationship or dimming their innate light.
Today we will discuss a simple equation that will produce radical differences in your life, the dangers of success, why self-responsibility and tracking everything is the key to unlocking new levels of success and 3 tips to maximize your life!
P.S. Thank you Anthony James for getting me my first copy of The Compound Effect! Thanks to you, Darren Hardy is now one of my favorite authors!