Posted by Jo-Anne Weiler on Jun 4, 2014 in Featured |
How Do You Cultivate Grit?
As you think about my last blog “In Search of Mastery” and as you reflect on Sara Lewis’ research regarding “the near miss” and life long curiosity, what does your heart secretly want for you? What will be your own search and discovery?
What do you really want from your career, your relationships, or your life generally?
What are you becoming?
And as you reflect on the past ten or twenty years, how have the stories of your career, relationships, or life generally strengthened who you are today?
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Posted by Jo-Anne Weiler on Dec 19, 2013 in Featured, Love UP & Stress Down |
Research shows that there are gender differences in the way we cope with stress and in our relationship with food. Men tend to eat less when they are stressed, while women tend to eat more (Grunberg, Straub, 1992). Why is that? Many people are careful to eat a healthy diet all day long, but, alas, end their day by eating empty caloric food at night. Why is that? One explanation is that many people fell lonelier at night and fill this emotional gap by snacking on unhealthy, ‘comfort food’? Do you experience yourself being stressed at evening social events and … Read the rest Read More