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» Transform Your Inner Critic - Sorting Out Your Life

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One thing I've learned over the years as a therapist is that the world is anything but black and white. Often the things we run away from are the very things that can teach us the most.
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Turn a negative into a positive!

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Reparenting the Wounded Inner Child

Reparenting the Wounded Inner Child | Lift Your Life |
Those who have suffered difficult childhoods, lacking in the consistency and safety of love, support, and guidance, generally have lingering issues that have held them back in life.

Via Randi G Fine
Randi G Fine's curator insight, October 17, 2013 10:34 PM

The goal of today's show is to help you identify and get to know your inner child, explain why reparenting is so critical, and suggest ways for you heal the wounded child that has hidden inside of you for so long.

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What have you learned in life? Have you made mistakes and had learned from it and tried to move on or are you always on the same destructive path? You have c...
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Inspiration; Not Expectation

Inspiration; Not Expectation | Lift Your Life |
Janice Marturano on how mindfulness can inspire us at work and in the office.

Via Susan Taylor
Jenise Harmon's insight:

Mindfulness is a key component in a happy life.

Susan Taylor's curator insight, December 1, 2013 6:45 PM

To lead with excellence is to inspire.  Yet in an all too busy world, we often live an autopilot existence.  It is because of this that "we begin to trade inspiration for expectation", says Janice Marturano


If even one person is touched by another who inspires them, "there is no need to worry about maintaining or even articulating expectations."  In fact, inspiring another person can be like rocket fuel in helping them to reach their full potential.


So how does one become an inspirational leader?  Mindfulness is key.  "Inspiration requires leadership presence, the ability to clearly see what is here and now rather than what is expected", seeing potential for limitless creativity, letting go, and suspending judgment.


Just three questions will get you on your way:


  1. What might I discover by being fully present without expectations?
  2. Can I let go of any expectations and simply hold an intention to be present?
  3. Would that openness inspire others to stretch and think outside the box?