We try to do it again and again, but you cannot solve an internal problem with an external action. So how can we learn to make peace with our circumstances and change our own lives?
All that we do seems to be controlled by what we feel. Left unchecked, thoughts and emotions have the potential to take over our lives. Here’s how to control your emotions and regain your emotional stability.
Many things in life are a tradeoff. When we try to make everything a priority, nothing gets our full attention. So how can we take this knowledge to find balance in our lives?
Are you a master procrastinator? As Tim Urban explains, chronic procrastinators have three main characters at play in our brains: the Rational-Decision Maker, the Instant-Gratification Monkey, and the Panic Monster! So how can we keep the monkey at bay to stop procrastinating and start living?
What are you missing about other people?What you notice about others may say more about you than the person you are observing.
When winter sets in, this Vermont organization sets out to help veterans transition back to civilian life and recover from their invisible disabilities by coming together on the ski slopes.
Many of us aren’t fully aware of the toll it takes to be constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop. What would it look like if we did the opposite?
Can you recall a time when there was nothing bothering you? When we are aware of our "mental chatter," we can take the steps to stop it and live happier lives. Here's how.
Most people insist that they just can’t wake up any earlier. I would argue, from my own experience, that you can’t afford not to. Here's why a morning routine might just change your life.
Think of your life as one long journey. You are born and, one day, you will die. In between, there are lots of smaller journeys that you take, and each is a diversion. What can happen if you ask yourself, “Is this a journey I want to take? Does it take me to a place where I want to spend time?”
We seem to be in nearly constant communication with texts, comments, and emails buzzing going in and out of our lives at all hours of the day. Yet, despite our world being more interconnected than ever, rates of loneliness and depression only seem to be getting higher and higher. So, how can we break free of this and make real, authentic connections?
In April, nearly four million employees quit their jobs in the United States. If that pace continues, 25 percent of the entire American workforce could be changing jobs this year, an all-time record. But that is only half the story. After an immensely difficult 18 months, many people are seeking change in their lives, for a variety of reasons.
You’re not alone in caring.
There is a wave of goodness and progress well underway, all around the world.