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Employee Stress: Starting a Conversation Without Getting Too Personal

If you manage employees, particularly through difficult times like this pandemic, you might realize you need to have some difficult conversations with your employees about their stress, and the impact it has on their work.

In this video, I share my thoughts on these difficult conversations, and...

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Employee Stress: Talking About Balance

Are your employees stressed out about work/life balance?

In this video, I share my thoughts on understanding the situational diversity of your employees and being open to discussing their challenges and stress. I recommend a few ways to help your employees navigate this type of stress, including...

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2 Tips to Change How You Think About Change

Does the thought of change stress you out?

I'm sure you've heard it said that the only thing that doesn't change is change itself...and it's true! Nothing in this life is certain, everything can change on a dime. If we've learned any thing during 2020, it's the value of adaptability and pivoting....

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2 Steps to Evaluate Your Stress Environment

When a clearly stressful environment is offered to us, we recognize the situation and can make a clear decision about what to do next. But, when stress is added slowly and gradually overtime, we often don't recognize it for what it is, or make the necessary adjustments to ensure we are in the...

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Learn How to Be Aware of, But Not Attached to Your Thoughts

 

If you are a busy working mom like me, you may have struggled from time to time to start trying to be more mindful, or add meditation, or a little bit of quiet time to your day.

For me, every time I sat down to meditate, or to just have some quiet time, the thoughts were just racing through...

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I Don't Have To, and Neither Do You

 

I wanted to share a little exercise with you today, something that I've recently started doing, that's helped me change my perspective on all the different things that I feel like I need to get done on any given day or week.

This started because I found myself using the phrase "I have...

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Culture of Calm or Chaos?

 

I've been talking with several former colleagues lately, and one of the things we've  been talking about is the culture of our organizations.   Particularly, whether intentional or not, the type of culture that we have with regard to stress and chaos, and the expectations we have for...

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Understanding Your Stress Thresholds

 

If you're anything like me, you're feeling a little tense and anxious this week after some of the turmoil of the past few weeks, and even beyond that to the fast past few months.  There's a lot going on here in the United States, with our society in general, our politics, and lots of...

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My Favorite Benefit of Traveling

 

One of the things I love about traveling is seeing how different cultures have done things throughout the years and how they do things differently than we do today.

It's a terrific source of creativity for both me, my husband and our whole family. We love to talk about how they...

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Feeling Feelings

 

One of the things I've been learning about myself over the past couple of months is that I don't think that I have really learned how to feel all of the feelings and emotions that are available to me.

In fact, I think that there's times that I struggle to recognize what feeling I'm having in a...

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