Mindset Wisdom Tips

Growth mindset

5 Ways a Growth Mindset Enhances Your SuperPowers

You could be an incredible presenter, speaker, leader or manager. You could be a great mother, father, grandparent or friend. You could have skills and talents like no other on your team or organization. But if you don’t have a hold of your mindset, none of that SuperYou is going to come through! If you wake up feeling like things …

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Strategic thinking

Can Mindfulness Improve Your Strategic Thinking?

Over the course of a couple of decades, you’ve seen meditation and mindfulness migrate from the Himalayan hilltops and Japanese Zendos to corporate boardrooms and the corridors of some powerful companies like Apple, Google and even the U.S. House of Representatives. In my own business, I have more requests from professionals and entrepreneurs for sessions on mindfulness and meditation because …

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Love Your Triggers

Recently a new client said the following to me… “Being triggered, Ellie, c’mon, what’s there to love?!” In psychological terms, being triggered refers to an event occurring that initiates or precipitates a psychological and often physiological process. Could be someone yelling at you that, as a result, triggers your central nervous system and you begin to shake. There is a …

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Mindful journey

Your Mindful Journey is Yours

“What is the path of meditation? Your present-moment experience. What is your curriculum? Your life, as it is. Not somebody else’s life, not your ideal life – your life.” ~Will Kabat-Zinn I love this quote from Will Kabat-Zinn, a Mindfulness teacher out of San Francisco. He speaks to that part of us that thinks practicing meditation and mindfulness is about …

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Brain-Based Habit for Better Relating

Relationships are crucial to having a healthy and caring life with those who you value. In today’s article, I am borrowing the research of Daniel G. Amen, MD who specializes in how the brain works. He has created an acronym RELATING that will help you remember the essential relationship habits. These techniques come from research in the field of interpersonal …

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