Conflict at work can impact productivity but also build a culture where no one can thrive. The good news: you can learn the skills to become great at resolving any conflict, strengthen your reputation and even become the person your team looks up to.
The crisis in the Ukraine is heartbreaking and can leave us feeling helpless. However, there are things we can do to cope better with the situation, as well as practical action steps we can take to help.
The 3-minute-habit we train Olympic Athletes, Navy Seals and CEOs in and that can have a huge positive impact on your life as well
Resilience is the most important skill when facing Last 8% moments - it allows us to "bounce back" and cultivate a "begin again"mentality. Here are 3 tips on how to grow it.
Sleep, more than anything, is an exercise for our brain and helps us be at our best in life’s challenging, Last 8% moments.
Acceptance is not a passive approach to responding to challenging situations, instead, cultivating acceptance is a powerful antidote to anxiety. A deeper look into how our brains work provides evidence for this theory.
When facing challenges in life, we all have a choice: fall victim to the situation and avoid, or see them as an opportunity to transform. The good news is, you are not alone on the journey, and there are skills you can learn to navigate through these difficult times.
Do you sometimes get down on yourself or are your worst critic? It is a common thing to do, even amongst “tough” people as many of our clients are: Olympic athletes and “hard-nosed” individuals as often found in the US Army and Navy, on Wall Street and within NBA and NFL teams.