For many, therapy is not an option because of finances/insurance, cultural taboos, or the thought of sharing personal information feels uncomfortable (or another version of this). Here are some options when you can’t afford therapy: Read (or listen to audiobooks 2x faster which studies show you may retain more) as much as you can on … Continue reading When you can’t afford therapy
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Source: goo.gl/Hh4ZPD 1. Dependability. Team members get things done on time and meet expectations. 2. Structure and clarity. High-performing teams have clear goals, and have well-defined roles within the group. 3. Meaning. The work has personal significance to each member. 4. Impact. The group believes their work is purposeful and positively impacts the greater good. … Continue reading Successful Teams Share These 5 Traits
We become our habits, for better or worse. Here's a way to engage in habit formation, a virtue ethics of sorts. [Christian Spirituality has much to offer to the formation of habits as well. You can read any of Richard Foster or Dallas Willard's works for more info.] Source: http://blog.sqwiggle.com/form-habit-scientific-approach/ A great daily routine is … Continue reading How to Form a Habit, A Scientific Approach