Tag: Wellness

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Lifestyle Balanced Scorecard and the Sustainability Factor

There is a tool we use in business that may help us lead healthy and fulfilling lives. In business, we use something called a balanced scorecard to help us bring order to our efforts and keep our organizations healthy. Here the purpose is to make sure you are always strengthening the four elements shown in the diagram below.  A lack of focus in all areas will … Read More Lifestyle Balanced Scorecard and the Sustainability Factor

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My Daughter is Not a Princess

The other day, my four year-old daughter informed me, after I had used the word during dinner, that “hate” is a bad word. I apologized and told her that I’d work on limiting its use. This turned out to be a difficult exercise. I think I agree with her that it’s a bad word. It is inherently negative and applied far too liberally by far too … Read More My Daughter is Not a Princess

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Finding Inspiration in Nature

Nature is forgiving. Despite being mistreated and taken for granted by millions, it does not resent. It doesn’t begrudge. Its purpose is innate and it proceeds accordingly, without looking back and feeling regret or looking forward and feeling trepidation. It does what it is meant to do. Nature is neglected, unappreciated, and ignored. It is chronically abused. Yet it persists. Given time—given even the most minute … Read More Finding Inspiration in Nature

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Ten Questions for Visualizing Your Best You

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Running and Aliveness

Running teaches us about life. When you first start running you hit a point of exhaustion and you believe that it is a signal telling you it is time to stop. Later you discover that this is not necessarily the case. Instead, you learn how to push through that exhaustion in a special way. It is effort without aggression. A kind of pushing where you let go … Read More Running and Aliveness