Crazy Busy? What Would You Pay for an Hour of Calm?

As you reflect on your life for a moment, how much would you pay to avoid feeling negative emotions or to experience more positive emotions?

Quick Tips to Manage 6 Common Stressors

Here are six of the most common stressors along with quick tips to help you boost your stress resilience.

What Women (And Men) Really Want at Work

While women and Millennials do face challenges at work, addressing them is easier then companies think because when it comes to thriving at work, one size does fit all.

Building Your Resilience - The Skills You Need

Resilience is a person’s capacity for stress-related growth, and there are two key aspects to resilience. The first is durability or hardiness and the second is bouncing back.

7 Stress Relief Strategies You Can Do in 10 Minutes or Less

It's Stress Awareness Month - these seven stress-relief strategies can be used when you're short on time.

Feel Like a Fraud? 3 Steps to Break the Imposter Cycle

There is one problematic thinking style in particular that silently threatens how resilient you are at work: imposter syndrome.

The Downside of Perfection: 7 Traits to Tame

Is perfectionism an issue for you? It’s hard to escape its grip in our modern world that glamorizes perfect parenting, perfect relationships, and perfect beauty.

Do You Bring Confidence to Your Biggest Challenges?

What is presence, and how does it drive our success in life?

10 Questions to Help You Reflect on 2015

Was 2015 fantastic, a flop, or somewhere in between?

New Survey Explains the Importance of Sleep

Are you a sleep worker? No, not a sleepwalker, but a person who goes to work and attempts to function on too little sleep?

7 Questions to Get You Through Any Challenge

If stress is a given, how can you build your resilience to it? How can you evaluate the challenge in a flexible and accurate way? Whether you’re dealing with a minor adversity or going through a big life crisis, these seven questions will give you some perspective and build your resilience.

5 Myths About Burnout (and the Truth We Need to Understand)

It’s Sunday night and you’re dreading the thought of going to work in the morning. You used to be able to juggle all of the demands of the job as you leaned into success, but now something is missing. You don’t feel as “plugged into” the projects you’re working on, but you know it’s not the right time to change jobs. Is this burnout? Are you just stressed out?

How Gratitude Builds (and Busts) Relationships

It was the email equivalent of the middle finger. I recently referred a friend of mine to a business coach colleague of mine, and days later I received a thank you, not from him, but from his assistant. Part of the reason why this encounter rubbed me the wrong way is because I am a gratitude junkie.

The New Science of Stress: What You Need to Know

Did you drive to the office this morning wondering whether your work stress could kill you? Me neither, but I recently spent time talking to different radio outlets around the country about stress. Not exactly a light topic for the morning drive, yet I’m guessing that many of you experience some level of stress from your job.

The 6 Skills That Make Creators Successful

As it turns out, it’s less about luck and more about this blend of characteristics that vault creators to the higher levels of success. Not everyone will grow a $100 million dollar business, but whether your creating takes the form of writing, engineering a new medical procedure, making music, or designing buildings, you can build these six traits:

5 Stress Resilience Strategies for Students

A recent APA Stress survey, reporting specifically on the stress levels of teens, found that during the school year many teens report stress levels higher than reported by adults. Teens often underestimate the potential impact stress has on their physical and mental well-being. Teens and college students can manage the effects of stress by building their stress resilience

The 5 Habits of Happy Workers

Dr. Shane Lopez, one of the world’s leading experts in the science of hope, is now studying people who love their jobs in order to learn what they do differently. When he asked almost 8500 working Americans whether they loved their jobs, only 13% said yes.

Are You Fully Charged? 5 Ways to Energize Your Work & Life

A survey of 10,000 people revealed that only 11% responded "yes" when asked, "Did you have a great deal of energy yesterday?"

The Impact of Cyberbullying: 3 Strategies to Help

Cyberbullying is a general term used to describe a form of bullying that takes place via electronic technology, such as blogs, chat rooms, emails, and other social media sites. It’s such a devastating form of bullying because it can happen literally at any time—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

4 Traits That Fuel Success

What does it mean to be a success or to have success? How will you know when you’ve made it? Most of the images we see of success involve some version of wealth and affluence — diamonds, yachts and private planes. What is often missing is story behind the stuff — what was the path successful people followed to reach their dreams?

The Impact of Poor Leadership on Burnout & Job Satisfaction

Good leadership, whether in the form of an inspiring manager, getting regular feedback, or simply knowing that your leader has your back, can help prevent burnout. According to a new study, we now know that the opposite is also true. Bad leaders aren’t just toxic to an organization – they drive burnout and decrease job satisfaction.

3 Ways to Make Your Work More Meaningful

People who believe that their lives have meaning and purpose share a whole host of healthy benefits: they are happier, feel more in control over their lives, feel more engaged at work (and high engagement usually means less burnout), report less depression and anxiety and less workaholism.

Want Less Stress and More Happiness? Try Hope

While many people think of hope as an emotion, researchers describe it as a cognitive theory that is tied to goal setting. Hope researcher, Dr. C.R. Snyder, often described hope with this phrase: “You can get there from here.”

9 Warning Signs of Burnout

Burnout has been described as the biggest occupational hazard of the twenty-first century. Educating busy professionals and workplaces about its warning signs is a big first step in reducing its impact.

5 Reasons Why People Leave Bad Bosses, Not Companies

People leave bad bosses, not companies. Here's why.

Addicted to Busy: 4 Strategies to Ease the Guilt & Burnout

Keeping busy at all costs is the cultural status quo, but the drive to do more is impacting our families, our work, and our health. The result of being Addicted to Busy is not only a lack of time, but also exhaustion, anxiety, guilt, fear, social comparison, inauthenticity and physical illness.

Making Stress Your Friend - It's All In Your Mindset

When people think that they have the resources to deal with a stressor, they experience a challenge response. Conversely, when people perceive their resources to be lacking under stress, they experience a threat response. The goal is not to decrease the level of stress or to erase it completely; rather, the goal is to reshape how you interpret stress.

10 Ways to Relieve Stress in 5 Minutes or Less

The way we work is broken when scores of talented people can’t attend to their basic human needs. Until the larger systemic issues are fixed, these and other stories continue to push me to create stress-relief strategies that can actually be incorporated in your super-hectic day. Here are 10 such strategies to try when you have 5 minutes or less.

15 Things You Can Let Go Of in 2015

Ditch the resolutions and let go of these 15 things in the New Year for more happiness, health, and resilience.

How to Have a Hope-Filled Holiday

So many of us are fortunate to spend the holidays surrounded by the people we love, or at least, kind of like. We have gifts to wrap, parties to attend, and things to keep us busy, but not everyone is so lucky. One gift we can give each other this holiday season, though, is hope.

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