I sit on a Friday morning observing the world around me. In this particular instance it is the social media world, a not so safe space with its pulse on the hearts of our people. A woman from Hawaii posts a surfing video. A beauty influencer shares her morning routine. A man promotes his protein […]
When we tie wealth to stress reduction we ignore a million if not a billion other ways for us to reduce our stress. We also feed right into the cultural disease that working harder and more and earning more will lead to less stress.
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Texas is freezing over, people are wearing double masks, and we are all left wondering what the hell is wrong with us.
Every day that you get up and rise again to make the world better and push through your fear and doubt and bet on yourself you are a success. That’s what success looks like.
What are we holding onto for dear life as we “plan B” our way to stress, disease, and mental illness?
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The easiest way to handle our doubt is to devise a plan. And as we always say here at TS Coaching and Consulting, you cannot stop a woman with a vision and a plan.
I remember when I had a really great job and a really bad manager. I would go to work each day with so much enthusiasm for my work—telling myself that I could make it work. My positive attitude would last until about 2pm and then my manager would do something horrible. It wasn’t that he […]
On a car ride back from a busy holiday celebration on the east coast I listened to Lady Gaga talk about her mental health. She kept referring to the hope she has each day that the emotions will eventually change, and how the trauma shows up physically in her body. She sees a psychologist every […]
I can barely remember the first Christmas without my mom. I was 22 and weeks away from moving my entire life to New York City from my small town in Indiana. She had been gone nearly seven months, and it felt like she had been gone for both fifteen minutes and fifteen years. I remember […]