Category Archives: Balance
Everything is Changing: How to Deal With Uncertainty in Life
This post was originally published on this siteI am a big fan of Spotify weekly suggestions. Somehow, a clever algorithm conveniently picks the best tunes out of its massive collection for my enjoyment. Combined with a cup of freshly ground coffee, this is my Monday morning success recipe. The issue is that sometimes the app is insistent on adding songs that I dislike right off the bat only to find myself loving the same song a few days later. A […]
9 Tips to Keep Yourself and Your Team Motivated While Working From Home
This post was originally published on this siteThe entire world is now faced with the COVID-19 pandemic. Since this respiratory illness is highly contagious, especially in places with multitudes of people, more and more companies are now encouraging their staff to start working from home to mitigate the spread of the highly contagious disease. For some, doing online work from home can be a breeze but to others, it would be a totally new experience and may find it a […]
The 4 P’s Needed For Entrepreneurial Success
This post was originally published on this siteEntrepreneurship is challenging and more complicated than many realize. It is highly glamorized, and you can become an “entrepreneur” by simply filling out your social accounts. The choice to be an entrepreneur and achieve whatever level of success you envision will, without a doubt, come with its set of challenges. Fortunately, regardless of status, zip codes, connections, you have the opportunity to succeed! Even with the amount of Youtube videos, eBooks, and blog […]
Not always reaching your potential is okay, but overthinking it is a problem
This post was originally published on this siteHaving aspirations helps us navigate life in a meaningful and fulfilling way, but it can also cause psychological distress when hopes are left unfulfilled. New research has found that it’s not failing to make progress toward our ‘ideal-self’ that is problematic but rather the tendency to focus on that lack of progress in a negative way that leads to psychological distress.
Are You Traveling to India for the Right Reasons?
A scholar of critical race theory and a yoga teacher explore the problematic ways Westerners describe their travels to India. Last year, Yoga Journal ran a travel essay by a US-based yoga teacher who had visited India with his family. His account was not unlike many Western accounts of India and in the vein of what we call “poverty-porn.” In these stories, India is consistently described as a place where those from North America or Europe can “find themselves,” “surrender,” […]
Money on the mind: easing the strain of financial stress
This post was originally published on this site In this month’s Headspace featured collection, Money on the Mind, we’re highlighting recommended meditations and exercises to help you better cope with financial stress and have a healthier relationship with money. At one time or another, most of us will have felt stressed about money, whether it’s struggling to make ends meet, feeling burdened by debt, fretting about family expenses, or worrying whether there’ll be enough left in the pot to retire. […]