With every crisis, there is an opportunity. The struggles brought about by social distancing, and fears about health and job security have strained us all. People are worried about their family, friends, and communities. This shift in thinking has served to lessen the stigma associated with behavioral health and increased the focus on wellness. Leaders, executives, and the everyday “Joe” are worried and looking for solutions. Therein lies the opportunity.Continue Reading
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The pandemic and all of its attendant challenges require you to be a better, more adaptive, and more resilient leader. It’s what the times call for. You need to upgrade your personal operating system not by working harder, but by transforming the way you think.Continue Reading
To say 2020 has been a challenge, is a gross understatement. It’s been a challenge for everyone, even the toughest, most independent-minded. Most of us are doing just fine. We aren’t at risk of losing our homes, or having to choose between a car repair and feeding our families. Really, things are just fine. We are doing what we need to do to protect our health and financial security. Or at least that’s what we tell ourselves as we combat the sense that we’re not doing enough, or maybe not the right things.Continue Reading
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COVID-19 continues to test everyone’s efficacy and wellbeing. It creates different challenges, fears, and stress. Your success is determined by the degree to which you are resilient or reactive, and act in a manner that belies fears and stress. This is “self-actualization,” living to your highest potential because of an ability to operate well when faced with difficulties, able to choose not to succumb to fear. You are optimistic, resilient, effective, and solutions-oriented when faced with difficulties. Now is the time to upgrade your personal operating system so you are energized and confident when you consider upcoming challenges.Continue Reading
We know you are resilient. More resilient than most, in fact. However, the challenge provided by COVID-19, whether it’s the stress of working from home or caring for patient and personal wellbeing, is unprecedented. This is hard. Now is NOT the time to work harder; it’s the time to upgrade your personal operating system so you are energized when you think of the upcoming challenges.Continue Reading
Whether you are thinking of Winston Churchill or Rahm Emanuel, they both advise that “you never let a serious crisis go to waste,” meaning that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before. And, even in the face of adversity, life can be pretty good. The physical distancing caused by COVID-19 certainly provides us with challenges, but therein lies the opportunity.Continue Reading
Are the holidays adding to your stress? All the extra commitments—friends, family, and colleagues all seem to want more from you. I guess that’s good, but how do you actually enjoy all of this “fun” without losing your mind?
Have you noticed how some people—some leaders—always seem well-rested even though you know they work harder than most? They never break a sweat and nothing seems to faze them. They handle stressful situations with equanimity and never seem out of control. They are more resilient and less reactive. Since caffeine can’t solve all problems, the real question is: how can you improve your ability to renew?
It’s that time of year— when we all relearn the lesson that taking time out is just as important as leaning in. Discover the benefits of Pressing Pause in this week’s Medium article.