Self Management

emotional intelligence

What Is Emotional Intelligence and Why Does It Matter?

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Have you heard of “emotional intelligence,” or EI for short? It’s a hot topic these days, and with good reason. Some people say it’s the most important thing that determines whether or not you will be successful in your career and relationships. So, what exactly is emotional intelligence? Emotional intelligence has to do with your…

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strong self-confidence

What Happens When You Start Building Strong Self-Confidence?

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Why do some people seem to have all the strong self-confidence? The self-assured colleague, the optimistic best friend, the sibling who has it all together: do you ever feel surrounded by people who seem to sail through life on their buoyant self-worth, while you struggle to stay afloat?  As you develop self-awareness, stockpile self-management tactics,…

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align with your true Self

How to Align with Your True Self at Work

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You’re in a meeting at work. Ideas are being thrown around at random. It’s chaotic. And nobody’s listening to each other. Have you ever been in a situation like this? If so, how did you feel? How did you respond? What were you thinking about the other people? Were you aligned with your true Self?…

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self-awareness

4 Simple Steps to Help You Develop a Better Sense of Self-Awareness

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  Your sense of Self and self-awareness can either help or hinder what you’re trying to accomplish (i.e., health, wealth, and happiness). Are you fully aware of your dreams and aspirations? Do you always know what you’re feeling and why? If not, it may be a good idea to schedule some time for inner work…

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Holidays Are Supposed to Be Joyful Times, Right?

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I don’t know about you, but I always look forward to holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas. I love the food, the music, the peacefulness of the picture-perfection in ads, movies, and images of the Season, the coziness, and safety of family coming together, like circling the wagons in the old days. Most of us are…

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self-care

Here’s What You Need to Do for Yourself This Holiday Season

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Unless you dread the inevitable holiday stress, that is. You’ve been working hard to restore your healthy sense of Self all year long, and you’ve come a long way with your self-care. But when the pressures of the season catch up to you—gift buying, trip planning, hosting…

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addiction

What Is the Real Brain Science Behind Habits and Addiction?

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Often a behavior that we refer to as an addiction is just an unfavorable habit that hasn’t been addressed. However, there are behaviors that become so ingrained in our brain that they are indistinguishable from addiction. To understand how destructive lifestyle choices can lead to addictive behavior, it’s important to learn the brain science and…

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sleep

Here Are 3 Natural Ways to Help You Sleep Better

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In the midnight hours, do you lie there sleep deprived, worrying about your responsibilities as a parent, wife, sibling, and/or daughter—tossing and turning—wondering if you said and did the right things? Or do you find yourself awake in the wee hours of the morning . . . long before your alarm clock sounds? You’re not…

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fear of change

How to Overcome Your Fear of Change

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This blog article discusses explores the reason behind our fear of change. It offers a few techniques you can use to overcome this illusory fear. Think back to the last time you found yourself on the brink of a major change. Maybe you felt a need for change. Maybe the change was out of your…

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stressful situations

3 Techniques to Help You Cope with Stressful Situations

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Are you mourning summer’s end now that fall is beginning? Autumn is a time of transition; a time for big change and uncertainty. The “back to school” season can also bring on stressful situations. Fall harbors a certain emptiness that can leave us feeling exposed and anxious for what’s next . . . The Oxford dictionary…

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