Recent research suggests those who act with some spontaneity have higher psychological wellbeing. Give your week a boost with this week’s Illuminate.
Perfectionism is the excessive fear of making mistakes. This week, I invite you to pay attention to how perfectionism, or the fear of making mistakes, shows up in your life.
Everyone has their own pattern when it comes to relationships. ‘Attachment Styles’ have been studied in psychology for years, and its wisdom is now starting to find its way into everyday relationships. What’s your attachment style, and how can you best work with it?
How often do we wear masks? Do we actually spend most (or all) of our lives wearing a protective costume so that we can hide who we really are? Learn about your unique masks in this simple + meaningful activity.
It’s prickly, but it’s worth it. Learn more about your own limiting belief + tools for working through it, all thanks to the person who most annoys you. Take this moment to learn compassion- for yourself and for them.
Your ‘Sandpaper Person’ illuminates your own personal beliefs + opportunities for growth. This articles breaks down how to identify + learn from the person who most challenges you.
A guide to tempering it for better decision making. Dive into your own brain’s extreme preferences + explore some tools for teaching your brain that there is indeed a different way to look at things.
Where could you use a little more action, discipline, and inspiration? What _____ Game Plan could give you the boost you need to thrive? Make it here!
What lessons can we learn from a pioneering company to build community and good business? Here are six insights from Patagonia’s journey to create alignment and commitment to a shared purpose.
Learning your attachment style might completely change how you (and your partner) fight, play, and build a relationship.
Want to know how to improve emotional intelligence? Here’s how to tune in to start, with downloadable resources + power tips from our certified practitioners all around the world on increasing self-awareness