7 Ways to Relax this Summer and Beyond

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The 7 Ways to Relax this Summer are also the ways we can learn to bring more rest into our lives. We have seven areas that influence our energy and each needs care as we learn to release, relax, and rest. Our society is infused with stories that pull us away from our humanity, which…

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How to Navigate Societal Gaslighting and Stay Empowered

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How to Navigate Societal Gaslighting and Stay Empowered is an updated replay of the season one episode “No, You’re Not Crazy.” Most information regarding gaslighting focuses on the psychological experience within individual relationships. However, gaslighting is actually a societal phenomenon with roots in social power dynamics. Those roots are why it is common to experience…

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Resilience Through Unexpected Career Shifts

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Resilience through unexpected career shifts is often something you realize in retrospect. It’s natural to feel stress in times of change, especially during unexpected transitions that impact your financial security. It can feel overwhelming when you’re walking through them. Once you know that you successfully regained a certain equilibrium in your life you can look…

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3 Things You Need to Create Stability in Times of Uncertainty

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Three things you need to create stability in times of uncertainty are to know yourself, to stay curious, and to build community. We are in a massive period of change and that comes with a great deal of uncertainty. Uncertainty naturally triggers feelings of overwhelm, which make it hard to take action. This is NOT…

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Values Aligned Leadership

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Values aligned leadership is central to running a values aligned business. Companies of any size that want to go beyond checking boxes must intentionally cultivate leadership based in clear values. A company’s most valuable asset is its people. Centering humanity at all levels of a company supports morale, efficiency, quality of work, and, ultimately, company…

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Am I Just Making Excuses?

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“Am I just making excuses?” is something most people wonder at some point when they are not following through on something they say they want to do. From health goals to work goals, the story we’re surrounded by is that of weakness. It’s self-sabotage. You aren’t trying hard enough, so you don’t want it badly…

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How to Prioritize Your Needs (beyond Maslow)

How to Prioritize Your Needs in a supportive way means going beyond Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. People often reference this motivational theory when trying to understand behavior and choices. It’s popular because it creates a simple framework that makes sense in our hierarchical, over-individualized society. It’s problematic for the same reason, AND because it’s based…

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Creating a Human-Centered Work Culture

Creating a human-centered work culture is the antidote to the burnout that is now pervasive in the work place. While learning how to create a human-centered work culture is of particular importance to managers and leaders in organizations, it is not for them alone. Brains love patterns and, without intentional engagement, people carry this dehumanizing…

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Leaning into a Mid-life Career Change

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Leaning into a mid-life career change isn’t easy. Yet it is a reality for many people, especially Moms, and even more so recently. This change often challenges our identity, worth, and sense of place since we are socialized to intertwine these aspects of our life. The woman I work with in this episode reached out…

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What to Do When You’ve Fallen Behind

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What to do when you’ve fallen behind isn’t push yourself harder. It’s pause and allow yourself to recalibrate. Understandably, you may experience resistance. We are surrounded by stories that tell us that failing to plan for all the things is a personal failing. Additionally, there’s a constant message that we aren’t doing enough. This conditioning…

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