Coping With Stress

We have all had to handle stressful situations in our lives. Some we have handled well, maneuvering through all of the challenges faced almost without thought. Other times, we might have not handled it nearly as well. Sometimes when we face a tough spot, we have to consciously think about what our next moves will be, while at other times we might be able to move forward almost without thinking. Why is this?

In many instances, we have automatically triggered different coping mechanisms within ourselves. At times, these automatic reactions can be helpful, while at other times they can be detrimental […]

By | February 19th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Coping With Stress

Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part Five

This series of blogs has been an adventure! We have covered so many different fields when it comes to different ways to improve your emotional wellness. Understanding how to protect your self-esteem, taking control after a failure, eliminating brooding thoughts, and finding meaning after a loss are all very important things for us to remember and apply in our day to day life. There is one final area I would like to cover in this mini-series: Recovering self-worth after a rejection. So here we go!

Think about a time when you were rejected. It doesn’t have to be in dating either. […]

By | February 17th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part Five

Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part Four

 

We have talked about a wide variety of topics when it comes to improving your emotional health. We have discussed the high points of how to protect and boost your self-esteem, how to take control after a failure, as well as the importance of finding out how to stop brooding over things. The next field I want to talk about is one that might be a little sensitive to people, which is finding meaning after a loss.

Loss is a natural part of life and something that none of us can avoid. Regardless of how painful or traumatic the loss was, […]

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Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part Three

Over the last two blogs, we have talked about two simple habits to improve your emotional health. We have talked about protecting and building your self-esteem as well as how to take control after a failure. The next simple habit is to distract yourself from brooding thoughts.

This is something we have all encountered. You came into the office one day and got into a disagreement with a coworker. Your reactions to everything might make sense to you, but you can’t seem to get the altercation out of your mind. You might talk with someone else about what you are thinking […]

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Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part Two  

In our previous blog, we talked about how self-esteem is vital to our emotional and mental health. It is our armor against a constant barrage of negativity that we might be going through. We also covered some of the ways you can help to protect and build up your self-esteem. For today’s blog, we are going in a completely different direction.

Failure is something we all have to deal with at one time or another. It is rarely an easy thing to process, and can sometimes even lead us into a state of constant negativity if we focus on the failure. […]

By | February 10th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part Two  

Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part One

Take a moment to sit back and ask yourself this simple question: “How closely do I monitor my emotional wellness?” If you are like the vast majority of us, your answer to this question might actually be not much if at all. The even more important question at that point would be why not? Or how about this one: “Do I know how to ease emotional pain or boost my own self esteem when I’m feeling down?” Sadly, as is the case with the first question, most of us will probably answer that we don’t.

What makes this interesting is that […]

By | February 8th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Five Simple Habits To Improve Emotional Wellness – Part One

How to be the person you want to be: (Part 3) Promoting Positive Vibes

How to be the person you want to be (Part 3)

For the last two blogs, we have talked about ways you can take control of your life and become the person you what to be. In the first one we discussed taking inventory of who you are. In the second one we talked about putting in the work required. For this last one, let’s focus on what could be deemed as the most important one of them all: Promoting Positive Vibes.

We have all experienced being around the extremes on the vibes scale. We have all known our […]

By | January 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|2 Comments

How to be the person you always wanted to be: (Part 2) Putting In The Work

(Part 2) Putting In The Work

In our last blog entry, we introduced the top three ways you can become the person you always wanted to be: Taking Inventory of Who You Are; Putting In The Work; and Promoting Positive Vibes. In Part 1 we talked about Taking Inventory of Who You Are. Today, we are going to focus on the next segment, Putting In The Work.

When working hard for what we want, sometimes we get a little misdirected and  start “working hard because I was told to” instead of “working hard for what I want”. We […]

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How to be the person you always wanted to be: (Part 1) Taking Inventory of Who You Are

How to be the person you always wanted to be (Part 1)

Everyone dreams, at some point in their life, of becoming the very best version of themselves. You may want to be a professional athlete, a world-famous artist or singer, or simply the very best parent you can be. Achieving your full potential can seem like a mighty task to undertake, but it’s entirely within your abilities to do so. The real question is how to do it. In the next few blogs, we will be looking at three ways you can become the best person you can be: […]

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4 Simple Tips for Reputation Management

Great Tips for Reputation Management!

It is said that reputation will make or break you. While it is true that results matter, great performance one time doesn’t overcome a negative history. Your reputation develops over time. Your friends, associates, and coworkers are willing to trust you with their concerns and tasks when you have a positive history with them. Your reputation is something you work on, something you treasure, and something you protect.

You can think of your reputation as a product. Just as there are certain companies that you trust and work with, people are continually making decisions […]

By | January 12th, 2016|Uncategorized|1 Comment