july 20, 2006 dear friends – wow, it’s almost august already! i wonder how many you are on vacation right now, enjoying a change of pace, a change of environment, and hopefully lots of relaxation … the older i get, the more i appreciate the rhythm that carries me through the years. this time of… Continue reading july 20 newsletter
i finally moved my blog over to wordpress! i’m so happy! can we have a celebration? how do you have a celebration on a blog? any ideas? as you can see, all of my previous posts (minus the ones from january, for some strange reason) have been imported from my old blog. let me know… Continue reading my first wordpress post!
continuing on from yesterday’s blog, here is the rest of steve pavlina’s (edited) words on goal setting goal setting is an activity setting clear goals is not a passive act. you must take direct conscious action. everything counts, and nothing is neutral. you are either moving towards your goals, or away from them. if you… Continue reading goal setting – part 2
lately, i’ve been following steve pavlina’s blog. he’s got some pretty strong things to say about personal development. below is a somewhat shortened and edited excerpt of what he says about goal setting and decision making. bunker hunt, a man who rose from a bankrupt cotton farmer in the 1930s to a multi-billionaire when he… Continue reading goal setting
when we feel we don’t have enough support, of course there’s many ways we can “go out and get more”. however, often, when we have a problem like this, it’s not because we lack the know-how – it’s that there is something blocking us from reaching for what we need. when we don’t get the… Continue reading getting support – part 2
today i thought i’d share with you a handout from a workshop i gave a little while ago on social support: this is part 1 – part 2 is tomorrow. social support there’s the quality of supportive relationships – what type of relationships are they and how satisfied are we with them? then there’s the… Continue reading getting support
last month i reported on yves magloe, a tenured professor at pasadena city college, who was let go because of a mental illness. as many of you know, it is extremely rare of a tenured professor to let go of – tenure usually means lifetime employment. well, good news. hugo schwyzer reports that professor magloe… Continue reading mental illness in the workplace: good news!
and here we have another video, where you can hear me talk a little bit about depression and disconnectedness. this time it’s on youtube. thanks, carol, for doing this video!