We’ve all heard, you can’t proofread your own work. This month we have talked a lot about the distinction between consciousness and thinking (read more here and here).
This is a continuation of our responses to the "Hit Reply" newsletter. A number of you asked us for more newsletters about responsibility. This thrilled us because
Let’s take a whack at what is meant when folks in the field of well-being talk about you being responsible for your experience. A lot of it is seriously eye-roll
Can you think back to a time when you were really annoyed? Pull it up and keep it in your mind. How did that affect your patience and
Unless, of course, you want to be perpetually dissatisfied with your life. That’s always an option!The endeavor to get the outside world to be juuuuuust right to please
Are you overcomplicating things?Probably...YESWhen you complicate things, you lose sleep. Emphasis on the you.Do you tend to say "IT is complicated?" Try on, "I am making this complicated" and see what changes.
Let's start with a Joke: A duck walks into a bar wearing one shoe and orders a beer. The bartender asks him, "hey, did you lose a shoe?
At Workability we assert that the three pillars of well-being are:Responsibility Full self-expression Integrity Responsibility - Recognizing you are the source of your experience Full Self-Expression - Not limiting or
Have you ever tried to stop a small leak with bubble gum or some equally ludicrous substance? If not a leak, maybe you’ve tried to repair a piece
Do you ever find yourself wrapped up in your own personal melodrama? Nothing has actually happened, but you have written the script for all the key players, and