Kicking it around and around. That idea. Bouncing it off the wall, people, and your boss. Hesitating and wondering is this the right time and right idea to bring forward. Your best creative work, at the point of going dormant. We all get those creative pulses that we just want to share. There are … Continue reading Making the Most Out of You
Steve Rose in the following link and article does a great job of putting purpose and passion into perspective. I'd like to showcase now and again my community's work, which is all really good. And, from time to time impacts me greatly. This one was one of those. Link: Lacking Purpose? Make Yourself Useful https://socialhealth.blog/2018/08/12/lacking-purpose-make-yourself-useful/ … Continue reading Purpose and Potential
Just as our own social circles can provide us places to use empathy or build solidarity we need, our work circles can provide the same chances. Today more than ever these are key concepts in business dynamics of high performing teams. In compassion's absence, low performing teams. Putting up with stress and sometimes nonsense … Continue reading Finding Compassion on the Job
Before we can transfer compassion to others, we have to understand it ourselves. We have to understand how to bring it into perspective and apply it. We live and will continue to live in a world rife with violence, forceful separation from those we love, and war. We are in a desperate need of others … Continue reading Finding a Compassionate Life
Some facts: Over half of those that earn vacation time at work, don't take it Unused PTO time is left on the table by those exiting their jobs, never to be paid out We are usually full of excuses as to why we don't take a vacation or rarely never take one The average employee … Continue reading Vacation, It’s Yours. Take One!
Most of the time my resistance in runs come from required hill training and sprint work outs. The benefits of which are incredible. Building resistance, endurance, and being able to handle stress are critical for my longer runs. Essential for the win I had above that not only had hills to overcome, but hypothermia and … Continue reading GTTW: Resistance Training
We have a very large surplus of negative thinking bouncing around in our brains. It's why we have shortened life spans. Why we don't get enough sleep. And, why we cannot seem to turn off. That said, we may not get rid of it but we can manage it better.Believe it or not, some of … Continue reading Worry Free Mind? Unlikely.
June is done from IBtP's perspective. June and July are not intense blogging or writing months for me as you probably figured out. In fact, they are some of my slowest months and lowest posting months when compared to others through the year. There's intentionality in that. First, it's time to be out doors … Continue reading June 2018 Finish
There's going to be a time when your best or what you thought was your best is not going to be any where good enough. It sucks. Might even take you a while to recover from the blow. Especially when you've put everything you thought you had into it. But you can still … Continue reading GTTW: Sometimes You Lose
I don't think probably the last time you took a vacation and went somewhere you've been you were thinking that it was going to cognitively change you? Here's the TDLR of the post: There are things that we can do to actually change the cognitive response as we age. Adventuring can do that. Researchers from … Continue reading Adventure Sprints, Your Mind Will Thank You