* NOTE: This article originally appeared on LinkedIn in an interview with Jeanne Thompson, Senior Vice President, Fidelity Investments.
Some days it doesn’t take much to feel stressed out: a horrible morning commute, a hectic day at work, arriving home in the evening to find breakfast dishes still in the sink and dinner left to cook. You realize that it will be hours before you are able to kick back and relax. So much to do–and so little time. And it can feel impossible to de-stress, be mindful and find the calm that’s key to being the real you: productive, creative and innovative.
Happy New Year to the peacemakers in our global, mindful, living community.
When we last connected around the New Year, we were speaking about setting powerful intentions to have peace and success in our minds, health, and lives at the start of 2017.
Ten days into the New Year, how is that coming along for you?
Last Tuesday, my business year started, and I felt like a bullet-speed train ready to derail if one more task got added to my to-do list in Asana. As I boarded a plane for San Francisco Thursday, I pondered - what does it take to hold on to inner peace once we get a glimpse?Read More
“Setting intentions means to set a goal that is alignment with our spirit. To live intentionally and mindfully, we start with a positive intention.” Dr. Romie
My heart is full of gratitude that you shared your journey with me this past year. We may have met online, at one of my speaking engagements, through Twitter, or through individual counseling.
I hold the intention that you have moved forward in your journey towards health, happiness and connecting to hope this past year.
Have you had challenging moments, loss, or unexpected and uncomfortable shifts? You are not alone.Read More
Do the holidays bring out the "B" word?
Or perhaps we have just moved on to beyond-busy where sleep and sanity are optional?
Happy Thanksgiving. It seems like in a blink of an eye we set New Year's intentions together and we are now recovering from post-election stress. Are you traveling for Thanksgiving this week? I have had many clients in clinic and friends calling to ask me how to avoid conflict this year at holiday gatherings. My answer may sound simple, but it is powerful: