Posts tagged Self Acceptance
Setting Goals With Grace

Did you know fashion designer Vera Wang started her label at the age of 40? However you define success, getting there is never a guarantee, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a try. Any of us, whether parenting, going back to school, climbing a corporate ladder, or starting a business of their own, can speak of challenges and discouraging moments, but that is what makes the journey all the more interesting. What’s more, your success doesn’t necessarily happen right out school or at an early age, it can happen any time. Reaching your personal state of success is far less about what you’ve accomplished than it is about what you’ve learned along the way, and the skills and strategies you can share with others in your field.

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Everybody Has a Past

Whether your past is marked by privilege and abundance or poverty and struggle, every single one of us has a story to tell. It’s a safe bet that everyone you meet, no matter your first impressions, has gone through tough times. You’re not unique in that way, and it’s important to understand the turbulent nature of the human experience before you can really start to let go and move on.


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Want to be a Better Manager? Start by Scrapping Generational Stereotypes and Get to Know Your Employees Instead.

It's almost impossible to have a discussion about management or workplace culture without talking about different generations, how they differ, and the things they prefer.

A lot of these discussions are focused around Millennials since they're the largest group in the U.S. workforce. They want to be recognized, and they want to be rewarded for exceeding personal performance levels, we are told. They refuse to settle, they're empathetic workers, and they demand flexibility in the workplace.

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Enjoy Being a Beginner

When new students walk into class to practice yoga for the first time or a business opens its doors for the first time, a very similar experience happens. They both look around at what others are doing and want what they have today even though they are just beginning. I see in both cases they can be quickly disappointed if it doesn’t come fast enough. A yoga student may see the flexibility of the person next to them or see another person fly into an arm balance and ask how fast they will be able to do the same thing. An entrepreneur looks around at the success of other businesses that have been working in the same field for years and expect the same revenue and success as them in their first year.

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