Laurie Hollman, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst and author of Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child's
I have always wanted to experience a hurricane or chase a tornado. The magnitude and power of those natural events is awe-inspiring, and I'm attracted to them despite my better judgement. I have gotten my share of odd looks when I share that little tidbit about myself.
Whether you decided to focus on one job at a time on Single Tasking Day or not, make it a goal to decrease distractions and improve focus and attention. Enjoy accomplishing more, doing a better job on each undertaking, and spending less time on every assignment.
We have become the golden calf. Gilded in likes, favorites, shares, and retweets. Periscoping our every moment while perched on a towering pedestal of selfies. All of it new-century building blocks of ego and validation.
Over the years, I kept finding myself recommending POP! to friends and colleagues in marketing. While I have given away (or forgotten about) many other business and marketing books that I read, I have held onto my copy of POP! So, when Sam's new book came out, I was excited to read it...and review it.
Set Limits Since narcissists have no empathy, nor can they really love, you must leave them cold turkey and endure the pain
How can we all be more aware of and transform the kind of abundance we are creating each day? The answer: Love yourself, be open to the power of possibility, live and let live, be supportive but not enabling, and make a concerted effort to be the change you wish to see.
A performance's artist latest project may have good intentions but it ultimately falls flat in what we think is an awful display of objectifying women.