What does identity have to do with resilience? We look at Mark Manson's Law of Avoidance and find out how it can change your approach to resilience.
As soon as I sense relationship or financial uncertainty on my radar, all the warning lights and alarms in my head and heart start beeping, clanging and flashing: it must be avoided at all costs! Life doesn't work like that, of course.
The New Year is on its way, and it always reminds me that it's time for reflection. So I recently brewed a cup of my favorite black tea, added a little honey, and spent a few moments in front of my kitchen window view to consider the following three questions: What did I learn this […]
"If we fail to pivot and transition successfully through the chapters of our working lives, tomorrow’s world will leave us behind." – Steven Edwards
"Expert Voices" is our new podcast series, gathering together insights and ideas from a range of experts. In episode one we hear about tactics to foster happiness in the "new normal"
"It's common across cultures to please and prioritize others before you! Any time it's different then guilt sets in and we become apologetic." - @DhongdeSupriya
As we approached New York, the turbulence grew worse by the minute, and our plane was put into a holding pattern. Round and round we flew in that horrible weather, with no prospect of landing
"I see ‘mental muscle’ as a bridge over the troubled waters of the mind to connect subconscious to the superconscious"
In our latest #MTtalk, we asked how you'd cope if your career was wiped out overnight. Read Yolande Conradie's review of our lively discussion
Parenting is the only legal 24/7 job! It comes with little or no training, the job specs keep changing, and the drain on you physically and emotionally is relentless