You’ve cut through the excuses — I don’t have enough time, I don’t know what to do — and now you’re standing face to face with your fear. And you’re paralyzed.
Your mind is in a tailspin of what-ifs and worst-case scenarios. Your breathing gets faster, palms sweat, mouth goes dry. Everything feels shaky and insecure. You wish you could tackle the challenge…but you also want to run and hide and face your fear another day. You are classically stuck.
But what if you could harness your fear and turn it into a power source, one that would propel you forward and build your confidence in unexpected ways? Yes, we thought you’d be interested, so we tapped into the collective wisdom of our colleagues at SYPartners (the creator of Unstuck). Inspired by their knowledge, experience, and courage, here is a four-step process to transform fear into fuel (with follow-ups for good measure).
Siempre me ha parecido espectacular la caída de una hoja. Ahora, sin embargo, me doy cuenta que ninguna hoja “se cae” sino que llegado el escenario del otoño se inicia la danza maravillosa del soltarse. Cada hoja que se suelta es una invitación a nuestra predisposición al desprendimiento. Las hojas no caen, se desprenden en un gesto supremo de generosidad y profundo de sabiduría: la hoja que no se aferra a la rama y se lanza al vacío del aire sabe del latido profundo de una vida que está siempre en movimiento y en actitud de renovación...
Mindfulness is a way to be aware of yourself and what’s going on around you.
Mindfulness is a growing movement that encourages people to take a minute to notice their body and its surroundings.
To get a little more information about mindfulness, what it is and isn’t, and how people new to mindfulness can begin practicing awareness, we spoke with Cheryl Jones — one of Aetna’s wellness program strategy leads..
Most people are in the pursuit of happiness. There are economists who think happiness is the best indicator of the health of a society. We know that money can make you happier, though after your basic needs are met, it doesn't make you that much happier. But one of the biggest questions is how to allocate our money, which is (for most of us) a limited resource.
There's a very logical assumption that most people make when spending their money: that because a physical object will last longer, it will make us happier for a longer time than a one-off experience like a concert or vacation. According to recent research, it turns out that assumption is completely wrong.
Like Charon, Joyce both practices and teaches the multidisciplinary study of empathy. Recently in class, Joyce employed a series of exercises intended to help students build empathy with one another.
One exercise involves building a conceptual map based on what one class member perceives of another. In a different exercise, students take turns holding each other’s styloid bone on the wrist, while students write in the air.
A member of his writing seminar, Sarah King ’16, found Joyce’s focus on empathy in the classroom very effective. She said, “Empathy asks a person to be in tune with what’s happening at that moment with another human or multiple humans or the self.”
King sees also how the technique might be used outside of the classroom. She said, “The focus on empathy can help doctors retain their humanness in their work ethic.”
No supongas ni asumas nada: No des nada por supuesto. Si tienes duda, aclárala. Si sospechas, pregunta. Suponer te hace inventar historias increíbles que sólo envenenan tu alma y que no tienen fundamento. Honra tus palabras: Lo que sale de tu boca es lo que eres tú. Si no honras tus palabras, no te … Seguir leyendo Los 4 acuerdos de la sabiduría Tolteca →
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