A resolution is the conclusion to something. The act of finishing. The wrap up to something that has already begun. But we’re only a few days into the new year and our grand proclamation is to talk about the end. Wouldn’t New Year’s Declaration or New Year’s Intention just seem a little bit more solid?
America says it wants to lose weight. It’s ranked as the #1 type of New Year’s Resolution. So what will it take to actually make it happen?
As you saw in Carole’s post yesterday, the statistics are in. America really wants to lose weight (by orders of magnitude).
Why is it so easy to get into a rut and so hard to get out of one? Here are some options ranging from common sense to deeper perspectives.
This is a pre-emptive strike! I’m taking on the malaise that’s sure to strike soon for many.
One of the most common traps is getting stuck in a particular perspective rather than granting yourself the ability to shift quickly and effectively. It’s all about perspective, as Carole shares in this quick lesson: To shift quickly, ask yourself the following questions: Am I using myself well in this moment? Is there enough demand
One of the most vital skills in communication and any team-building is the gift of feedback. The practice of effective feedback, or expressing impact and other possibility rather than behavioral correction, is a vital part of any successful team or relationship. So why is it so hard for many people to accept or give?