Month: April 2020

Don’t confuse dissatisfaction with ingratitude: How to tell when you need to make a change

“I think I just need to work on being more grateful.” Ugh. If there was one sentence that I could erase from our vocabulary, it would be that one. It’s not that I’m against gratitude — it’s a transcendent emotion proven to increase our physical and mental wellbeing. I’m all for gratitude, but I am all against denying our own …

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Confidence For Women: Why You Need To Involve Your Body in Any Change You are Trying To Make

We have evolved for a simple world. See tiger. Predict danger. Run from tiger. And, by design, that process happens automatically, unconsciously and rapid-fire fast. When facing a real physical threat, like a wild animal in the savannah, we did not have time to think through all our options. We had to get ourselves to …

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Confidence For Women: Why We Need to Train Our Fight Response

Has anyone seen The Morning Show? Remember that scene in episode 9 when Hannah confronts Mitch? When she tells him that she doesn’t remember their sexual encounter the way he does? He immediately responds vehemently, “Don’t act like a victim. I didn’t lure you up there. I didn’t coerce you. I didn’t trick you. We …

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From Emotional Eating to Stress Resiliency: Developing Courage One Gummy Bear at a Time

Last year I learned something interesting about how I handle stress. I eat. Usually it’s candy, but truthfully, I’m not too fussy. I’ll happily munch mindlessly on a ginger cookie, comfort eat myself to calm with a bowl of dried fruit or binge myself into a daze with a bag of spicy corn chips. No …

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5 Breath-Based Body Hacks to Increase Calm and Release Anxiety

I’m an anxious person. Highly anxious. As a result, I’ve had to learn quick and easy body hacks so I can release stress and return to calm as seamlessly as possible. I’ve uncovered a ton these. Some use our body, others our thoughts and yet others our internal sensations. There are lots of different ways, …

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One quick way to find intuitive awareness

“There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” Rumi Now before I introduce this practice, let me say one thing. This may or may not work for you. In fact, you mind find this exercise inaccessible, absurd and even grim. If that’s the case, don’t worry about it. There are lots of other ways …

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Get Courageous: One Tool to Help Women Grow Their Confidence

In their insightful and inspiring book, The Confidence Code, writers Katty Kay and Claire Shipman give one piece of advice that really sticks out. When in doubt, act. Still today, we women consistently speak up less in meetings, underestimate our own abilities and take fewer risks. In short, we women have been trained to doubt …

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Confidence for Women: 30 ways to become bolder and braver.

We know the stats. There is still work to do. Confidence is something all of us women need more of. Here’s a laundry list of ways to become bolder and braver based on my experience cultivating confidence in my own life and also with my coaching clients. Pick one or do them all. Any one …

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