Awhile back I ran across this gem of wisdom from Albert Einstein: “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” This got my wheels spinning!
Of course, we would never expect a fish to climb a tree, or even think it was failing in some way because it couldn't.
And yet, we, as a general human population, are not so gentle or understanding with ourselves and our own limitations.
What if someone handed you the KEY to success in your business, personal and intimate relationships? Did you know that the fastest way to success is to find a coach, mentor or role model that can help you achieve your goal? It's true! Don't fall into the “I can do it on my own” trap that can hold you back from having incredible success. Think about how much stress, time, and money you could save if you had someone to help you set and achieve goals! Albert Einstein said “The s
Did you know that today, October 10th is World Mental Health day? I'm always surprised at the amount of stigma that is still attached to seeking support from a counselor for mental health. I believe that awareness is key to improving access and social acceptance of counseling. In honor of today, I'd like to share with you seven ways that you can improve your own mental health. We all know the general rules for a healthy body- eat right, exercise, take your vitamins, drink ple
Going to counseling or "therapy" can seem intimidating if you don't know what to expect. Many people delay counseling,thinking that they're not in a deep enough crisis to need it. Counseling can help with such a wide range of issues from needing help to reach a goal or getting through a stressful period in your life, to support in changing family relationships, addiction recovery, to depression, anxiety or trauma recovery. If Americans could destigmatize and embrace counselin
Growing up I was inspired by the Dr. Seuss classic, Oh, the Places You'll Go! and still love its timeless message. If I were to write a Dr. Seuss-style book on stories, it would be titled something like "Ahhh...the Stories We Tell Ourselves and the Places They Land Us." Inside you'd read passages such as: "Tina Lou Miserable says over and over to herself, 'If Johnny-Once-Dashing really loved me enough, he'd help out around the house.' So, one day she blows up, packs her ba