Resiliency & Stress Management

High-Value Rewards: What’s Good for the Dog is Good for Us, Too

A common topic with clients is what to do when pay and promotion do not remedy an undercurrent of staff dissatisfaction.   

It’s disheartening because of all the effort that’s gone into the compensation and benefits plan. So is there a high-value reward missing? Hidden like a bone beneath the surface?

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From Dissonance to Resonance: Belly-Up Values Alignment

Following our values guarantees we will rock the boat – our own and others. It’s a path of choosing resonance over dissonance, over and over again. It isn’t a destination but rather a state of being in the moment. And as we continue to choose our values, we deepen our fulfillment, purpose and passion.

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On Top of Spaghetti All Covered with Cheese: E-Motions in Motion Feel Just Like the Breeze.

Our emotions actually have the ability to shift and release with far more fluidly than we realize. After 90-seconds, any lingering emotional response becomes our choice to stay in the emotional loop. Here’s an exercise to be curiously present to the moment.

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Perfection is Crooked: What’s Happens Between the Spaces for You?

I have a crooked pointer finger. It’s ugly and it embarrasses me (hurts, too). I use my hands expressively, and when I gesture to point, the line of sight isn’t straight at all but rather sharply curved inward. So, what’s the point of making a point? Or, is the point that perfection is crooked? That

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