It's been a while since I've created a new vlog post. With very good reason.
In today's long-awaited post I share the big leap that I've recently taken with my family (across 2,006 miles to be exact).
Plus I'll share some exciting things I have coming down the pike, tailored especially for entrepreneurs and practitioners who work with individuals and groups, to help you take your work, your practice and your business to the next level.
Holding on to anger and resentment is like drinking
poison and expecting the other person to die. -- Anonymous
This quote rings so very true, especially in our family units -- with the people we see every day. It is easy to ignore little irritations and misunderstandings, or sweep them under the rug in our family units – that is until someone leaves the cap off of the toothpaste, and is met with a maelstrom of anger and argument, that seems to come out of nowhere.
This is one of the most difficult and personally empowering realizations of a lifetime.
You spend so much of your youth wondering and dreaming about your Mr. or Ms. Right. Imagining your happily ever after, only to find out that romantic relationships are work. That no matter who you wind up with, there is a hill to climb, sometimes a mountain.
And the hardest work in relationship can be the inner work, because, like it or not, there is nothing like romantic relation...
'Tis the season of holiday cheer, getting together with family, and setting new intentions for a prosperous new year. It is also the season where many of us go into heavy obligation -- to buy buy buy, eat eat eat, attend countless holiday parties, and host our own.
This season of warmth and heart leaves many feeling cold and anxious when they contemplate all of its obligations. And a sense of obligation breeds resentment in relationship, because it means that we're not truly acting from...