Everything You Need to Know to Create a New Habit

Change is inevitable, so the old saying goes. But often, changing habits can be easier said than done! Still, although it can be quite a task breaking from a routine cycle, it’s certainly not impossible. Whether you want to be more organized, reduce your social media consumption, or improve your self-care, there are indeed some tricks you can apply to make your new habits stick. Let’s look at some proven ways to help you create new habits, one dayRead more ⟶

8 Actions to Conquer a Crisis

If 2020 were a novel, it would fall between the genres of suspense and thriller; from the Australian wildfires and impeachment trial to the novel coronavirus and economic crash, this year has brought a bounty of unwelcome surprises. It’s no wonder many of us are feeling anxious about what tomorrow will bring. Rest assured thatRead more ⟶

Surrounded and Educated by Nature

Photo by Gabby Orcutt on Unsplash In this “civilized” world most of us have been led to believe we’re something separate from nature, the very nature that sustains us. “The Lorax” comes to mind, Dr. Seuss’s 1971 children’s book. We sit in our tin palaces, looking at tin trees and concrete grass. “Unless someone like you caresRead more ⟶

You Have To Let Go A Lot, To Unlock The Next Level In Your Life

Life Can Change At The Drop Of A Hat “We must be willing to let go of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” — Joseph Campbell I’d like you to reflect on the following questions and be honest with your answers. Are your plans and goalsRead more ⟶

PERCOLATE – Let Your Best Self Filter Through

Hello!  I’m Elizabeth and I am the author of the best-selling Hay House book PERCOLATE – Let Your Best Self Filter Through.   I call my book “The little book that will completely change your life.” My book helps people of all ages and levels learn to make lasting changes in their own life and beRead more ⟶

Is Your Fear of Change Holding You Back?

How easily do you embrace change? As human beings, change is something that we are pre-programmed to not enjoy.  Our brains are kind of lazy by nature and they love it when everything stays exactly as it’s always been so they can run on autopilot, knowing that we’re safe in the life that we’ve alwaysRead more ⟶

How To Percolate Change

It takes courage to make changes in our lives. Have you begun thinking about making—dare I utter the word—changes? Most people run for cover at the mere mention of the word. Or better yet, they’ll race away in search of vast quantities of chocolate. Change makes people sweat, gag, or feel a whole lot ofRead more ⟶

The Art of Living in the Present

After my husband passed, a whirl of past and future danced in my mind. The sad movie of every memory we shared played endlessly: there he was on the night we met, the wildly handsome young man with a heavy mustache. Then we were waltzing on the dance floor of the restaurant he owned, steppingRead more ⟶

The Subtle Ways Women Play Small at Work

In life, we get what we settle for, and it’s no different in our careers. As women, we sometimes settle in the most subtle ways, and the worst part is that we don’t even recognize it. One of the reasons for this commonality is that we aren’t socialized to own our strengths; we play smallRead more ⟶

The power of emotional intelligence for #womenintech

In the book, Leadership: The Power of Emotional Intelligence, Dan Goleman defines emotional intelligence as the following: “The capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. If your emotional abilities aren’t in hand, if you don’t have self-awareness, if you areRead more ⟶