What’s Your Body Telling You?

What’s Your Body Telling You?

Listening to What Our Bodies Are Telling Us – By Beth Offenbacker, PhD Have you ever been unsure how you feel about something?   As I’ve gotten older, I find sometimes I live more “in my head” than sometimes I want to. And as someone with a brain preference...
Feeling Stressed? It’s a Laughing Matter

Feeling Stressed? It’s a Laughing Matter

Stress is on the rise – especially after the recent election. Fortunately, a bit of emotional intelligence will help you dissolve stress the fun way: Humor! Here’s how to use emotional intelligence to fuel laughter to manage stress. When Was the Last Time You Laughed?...
Stressed About Change?

Stressed About Change?

The success and failure of change is interlaced with the complexity of stress. Is reducing stress and managing change possible for leaders? It’s easy to see why change creates stress. Stress also creates change – and, paradoxically, blocks it. To lead change, or just...
On When to Quit Saving

On When to Quit Saving

When should we stop saving people? This was my year for grappling with my role as rescuer. The dictionary defines rescue as “to save from a dangerous or distressing situation,” and also “to keep from being lost or abandoned.” What happens when we are moved to do the...