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create your balance. design your life. home about services media contact featured articles career money family & relationships health & well-being motivation recurring columns the salon stress free summer unexpected places ask madeleine space in the middle movie bad girl of the week life with mo truedud just for fun how do you find the time? posted by contributor on mar 25, 2015 by vee pope “how do you find the time?” i’m trying to break up with how that question makes me feel. it has simultaneously irked me and made me feel productive. my over analytical mind asks if it’s a loaded or genuine question all the time. i never know but what i do know is that i can control how i react to it. so, how do i find the time? i can say i simply make the time to do the things i want to do, or i can show you how i have tried to master the art of time management. one thing i want to make clear to those who are taking the time to read this: i currently have how i met your mother playing, another “work” computer is running, and i just finished texting with both of my parents. also, i did not sit down to write this in one sitting. now, i recognize multi-tasking might not be effective for certain tasks. i’m not claiming to be perfect in this area of my life, but i can still provide tips on how you can better manage your time. let’s just say i have spent a lot of time researching time. okay–these tips can apply to anyone and i mean anyone! time is not gender, age or race specific. it doesn’t matter if you are a mom, single, dad, married, teen or toddler (well, some of the tips may not apply to toddlers).  we can tackle these together! find a hobby: no matter who you are or how your days and weeks are structured, you absolutely need to find a healthy outlet to build into your routine. hobbies can contribute to eustress, which is a healthful dose of... read more branding tips for the small business owner posted by contributor on mar 18, 2015 small businesses often overlook their branding efforts because of the perceived cost of having a cohesive look. in reality, it’s a small investment with high return potential. branding is the first thing a customer sees and also the last thing a customer feels. my best tips to help you strengthen your brand: 1. describe your brand’s personality – what does your brand look, taste, smell and feel like? are your current efforts evoking this personality? every company should have a personified brand and those characteristics should come out in everything you do. 2. fix your font – if your company is modern, new, fresh and clean don’t pair it with times new roman. and please don’t ever use comic sans, curlz, brush script or papyrus. that’s a big wtf (why the font) in my book. once you’ve described your brand’s personality, pair it with fonts, colors and verbiage that convey. 3. be more than the business suite – a cohesive business suite of collateral is standard. well-branded companies look the same over e-mails, invoices, thank you cards and social media. here are a few great resources for inexpensive logo’ed products: pakible – online packaging products with a variety of colors and sizes to pair your logo with. take advantage of the current 10 for $10 special. sticker mule – another low minimum (50) online print shop with a fast turnaround. choose your final sticker size based on multiple uses.  campaign monitor – user friendly e-newsletter templates that you don’t have to know code to customize. the best thing about campaign monitor is the option to test out one campaign without the commitment of a long term contract. canva – this free, online photo-editing site offers small business owners a... read more 5 tips for sanity in a crazy busy life posted by contributor on sep 25, 2014 from juggling to balancing–how can we maintain our sanity and health with a crazy busy lifestyle? by jen kahn we’ve all been there. something big changes in your life and suddenly it’s front and center; all other parts of life fade into the background. like a new job, a new relationship, a move, a health-kick, a health issue, break-up, even a new puppy. sometimes the focus can grow so big as to obliterate healthy choices we might otherwise make: like getting enough sleep, recuperation between workouts, maintaining relationships, making time for fun! suddenly it’s six weeks later and you don’t know who you are anymore, and life feels out of control. you know it’s time for a change before one of the balls you are juggling crashes to the ground and takes something out – possibly even you. so how can you turn your life from a juggling act to a balance, where all important needs are getting some sort of time and attention? it begins with slowing down enough to pay attention. with pulling back in your viewfinder so you can see a bit more of the whole picture, and with regularly spending time with yourself, by yourself, listening. slowing down, you ask? how can you slow down when there’s so much to get done! the key to slowing down is not necessarily in doing less, or moving more slowly, it’s in taking a few extra minutes, or seconds, to breathe, and be, and check in with yourself, as often as you can. in my life lately i have been in the midst of moving for a month. i work for myself, and sometimes with or for other people, for the most part on my own schedule. i’m... read more in case no one told you, you look fine. posted by jennette cronk on sep 11, 2014 you look fine. you look like you. if no one has told you lately, or ever, let me. you are fine. you look like you are supposed to look—and it is perfect. perfect is a loaded word, isn’t it? i could literally hear your eyes rolling as you read that line. “i don’t look perfect! i have “x” pounds to lose, my boobs are too “x”, my flab is too floppy.” etc. but think about it. what if you just lived in your own skin for a day, without thinking about how it is aging, how much it weighs, or what it looks like to others? you look like you. you are the perfect you. the throwback thursday (#tbt) phenomenon on facebook is one of my favorites. i love looking at everyone’s past pictures and catching a glimpse of the person they used to be before i knew them, or be reminded of the person they once were. when i look at my own, especially from my last years in high school, i want to reach across to myself and tell her that she is fine. i want to reassure her that everything will work out the way it’s supposed to–that there is an end to her loneliness. seeing my picture, at 17, reminds me of all the things i was doing to myself to be thinner, prettier, look more like everyone else, be desired—things i hope my daughters never feel the need to do to themselves. what did i need then, and what can i give my children now, that might help them feel a little more sure of their place in their own skin? my parents ached for me. all the tears i shed—face hot and crammed into a pillow–about... read more that’s not fair! posted by alexandra elaine michaels on aug 4, 2014 when we are kids life is carefree. we bounce from day to day with a sense of wonder. our reality set in when we would want something (sometimes as simple as a box of fruit loops cereal) or want to do something (stay up 30 minutes past bedtime to watch a show) and have our world come to a crashing halt with one simple word: no. do you remember how much your feelings would get hurt or how angry you felt when you were denied? how many of you argued with your parents about it? how many of you claimed you hated them or wished that they were dead? kids can say very mean things in retaliation. how many of you said “i can’t wait until i’m a grown up so i can get the things i want”? how much did you hate the explanation for that dreaded no? if you don’t remember it went something like this: child: can i spend the night at margie’s house? (or any other request) parent: no. child: why?!?!?!?! parent: because. child: because why? parent: because i said so. child: that’s not fair!!!!!! parent: don’t you raise your voice at me! child: i don’t know why i can’t spend the night at margie’s. her mom said it was okay! parent: (trying to remain calm) i said no. that’s it. you can spend the night another time. go watch tv. child: mooooooooooooooooooooom….why won’t you let meeeeeeeeeeeee!?!?!?!?!?!?!? parent: (losing it) if you make me say it one more time you are grounded! go watch tv! how many of you swore you would never treat your kids that way? how many of you hear your parents falling out of your mouths now, especially when you tell your kids no? how many of you realized that when you reached adulthood that... read more homecoming is the beginning posted by josie beets on may 5, 2014 hopefully, this will be our first, last, and only deployment, and therefore our first, last, and only military homecoming ceremony. i tried not to have pre-set notions of what the day would entail, and tried to have a laid-back attitude about the whole affair. true to form, the army had different plans, and my laid-back attitude was challenged at every interval. we were lucky in that our homecoming was only delayed a couple times, and only by 36 hours. our friday night arrival became saturday morning, then sunday middle of the night, then sunday morning. sunday, feb. 9, at 3:30 a.m., i got the kids up, bundled, and into the car and made our way to post. note: not many people coming on to post at 3:30 in the morning. our arrival was set for 0600, and the suggestion by the unit was that you arrive at least two hours early. with nightmarish thoughts of my husband arriving early and us not being there to greet him, i dutifully complied. i parked and unloaded children, stroller, supplies, snacks, and then boarded the bus that would take us to the airplane hanger where maybe, in two or three hours, we would get our soldier back. bathroom issues with my oldest were a recurring theme of our deployment adventures, and the early wake-up and deviation from routine was no match for the tummy monster. we spent a good bit of time running back and forth from our seats to the “potty.” since it was early february, i assumed it would be cold in the airplane hanger where the homecoming ceremony was to take place and dressed us all accordingly. of course, the hanger was more than comfortable, and there was lots... read more create your balance. design your life. posted by jennette cronk on dec 10, 2013 imagine harnessing the courage to design your own life… imagine living a life in balance–where you feel fulfilled and energized by action.     let us help you identify areas of imbalance in your life.  together, we will design a plan for you to start living life on your own terms.  together we will create measurable goals so you can reach new levels of creative productivity. have you been wanting to do something but feel you: need to be thinner first. aren’t smart enough or don’t have the skills. cannot afford help. should wait until the kids are older. have to find the right time. don’t know how to start.    now is the time! there is no better or more perfect time to take your first step. our specialty is believing in people–enabling people to see all the potential and possibilities available to them right now. you can live the life you want to live.  to discuss any of these services please contact us: email: services@wlbpa.org phone: 813-658-8301 we will design a plan for you to follow based on your own, unique, formula for success.  together, we will: set specific goals. create action items for you to implement. design ways for you to monitor your success. clear obstacles. change harmful thought patterns undo negative beliefs and habits.  if you think you cannot afford to seek a professional to help you live your best, most fulfilling life, ask yourself: can i afford to wait another ten years to be happy? what will i lose by staying stuck in negative patterns? how many relationships have suffered because of where i am in my life? do not wait to schedule your appointment. in addition to individual, private, improvement sessions the wlbpa also offers: group coaching (in-person or virtual)... read more previous next career shop small this week posted by jennette cronk on nov 24, 2015 here’s the thing: people work really hard to follow their dreams, create a business, and carve out a life for themselves. let’s support that. sure, mega-chain-marts are cheaper. but there is no substitute for handmade quality and originality. have to shop for someone who “has everything?” get them something unique from a small business, local craftsman, or artist. it is sure to be a hit! support a friend by purchasing gift-cards for their services, and gift it to others. pay it forward. supporting the small businesses in your community, and the businesses of your friends, will score you some big karma points for the next time you need support in your corner. we could all use a hand. don’t know where to begin? try facebook. chances are, you’ve seen a friend recommend a local shop or business, or promote their own. scroll back through and check out their websites. make it a point to support a few of them while you shop this season. here are some fabulous places i recommend. i guarantee you are supporting real people, real craftsman, real... read more motivation broken resolutions posted by contributor on feb 2, 2016 by danielle katz repeat after me “its ok. im only human.” every year we burden ourselves with promises of improvement. this tradition is a natural response to a big change, or turning point, or even an upcoming event like a reunion or wedding. new years resolutions have to do with a number going up by one by the way. its a natural time to reflect. “hmmm …what have i screwed up over the past year? how can i improve on that?” all this reflection is natural, so is screwing it up and falling off that “wagon of change.” you see this resolution, or this manifestation of our hopes for ourselves, most assuredly as oreos are delicious, will be broken. “to human is to err”…i think someone important said that. i don’t know who, but damn if it isn’t true! we are human, therefore, we make mistakes. now sometimes its no big deal, like we took a wrong exit on the new jersey turnpike and now were totally stuck in traffic. and sometimes its a real dozy! “holy crap i just took... read more health & well-being the pressure to be happy for the holidays posted by jennette cronk on dec 9, 2015 for every song on the radio filled with cheer and jingling bells, there’s another filled with loneliness and longing.  it’s good to know i’m not alone… starting in the weeks leading up to halloween, the calendar fills up with every seasonal activity imaginable. we are constantly reminded how “precious” this time is with our children, and urged to create pintrest worthy family traditions. pressure builds to make sure the family experiences all the joy of the season: decorations, shopping, tree lighting, christmas concerts, school shows, baking, visiting with family, crafts, on and on. we push ourselves to accomplish all of our “normal” activities and the additional activities of the season, and do it all while grinning wildly from ear to ear—lest we be called a humbug.  for some of us, it feels a little like moving through molasses.  every activity requires twice as much energy (and leaves a lingering sticky residue). a while back, i wrote about authentic happiness. not everyone’s happiness looks the same.  tv seduces us into thinking true happiness is a bubbling and bursting, a new-car-with-huge-red-ribbon kind of glee.  some... read more family & relationships clever keepsake crafts for people who don’t have time posted by jennette cronk on apr 15, 2015 spring is in the air! time to clean, purge, and organize. every year, this season fills me with the desire to start a keepsake project for my kids that will–one day–leave them speechless and teary-eyed with joy. i just don’t have time. projects like scrapbooking take a lot of energy and dedication to complete (not to mention a ton of supplies). many of us don’t have the space or the will to make it through these kinds of hobbies. though i would love to present my children with beautiful mementos of their childhood, a scrapbook is not in the cards. i can’t even organize their photos on my hard drive. still, while i’m cleaning for spring, i get nostalgic packing away their little outfits and artwork. in this article written for buzzfeed, 7 adorable ways to commemorate your kids without scrapbooking, i share seven ideas that have a low supply/storage/or time commitment. in most of these, the major requirement is to think about it from time to time and make a purposeful contribution. the idea is to choose one thing, like bath toys, and make a purposeful... read more recent posts broken resolutions feb 2, 2016 by danielle katz repeat after me “its ok. im only human.” every year we burden ourselves with promises of improvement. this tradition is a natural response to a big change, or turning point, or even an upcoming event like a reunion or wedding. new years resolutions have to do with a number going up by one by the way. its a natural time to reflect. “hmmm …what have i screwed up over the past year? how can i improve on that?” all this reflection is natural, so is screwing it up and falling off that “wagon of change.” you see this resolution, or this manifestation of our hopes for ourselves, most assuredly as oreos are delicious, will be broken. “to human is to err”…i think someone important said that. i don’t know who, but damn if it isn’t true! we are human, therefore, we make mistakes. now sometimes its no big deal, like we took a wrong exit on the new jersey turnpike and now were totally stuck in traffic. and sometimes its a real dozy! “holy crap i just took the dogs medicine by accident, someone drive me to the er!!!” but either way, we learn and move on. as a mom, this is an especially tough one to drive into your little ones, especially those little perfectionist types (gosh-darn it they drive me crazy, boy i love ‘em!) this is important for adults too! we screw up and its ok!!! see the first line in this article. repeat as needed. you will fall off that wagon, whether your trying to loose weight or not go postal at the post office because the lines are so long. (aren’t the holiday’s over? why are the lines still so long?). here is the important part. get back on the wagon. no kidding, its really that simple. why does it have to be new years eve for you to be inspired? it could be a random tuesday. just do it. (sorry nike….but its true). for me its the diet. i can be an emotional eater, hell i eat if i’m just tired and cranky. but i’m 5 feet tall and gain weight just looking at cake.... posted by contributor in motivation | 0 comments read more the pressure to be happy for the holidays dec 9, 2015 for every song on the radio filled with cheer and jingling bells, there’s another filled with loneliness and longing.  it’s good to know i’m not alone… starting in the weeks leading up to halloween, the calendar fills up with every seasonal activity imaginable. we are constantly reminded how “precious” this time is with our children, and urged to create pintrest worthy family traditions. pressure builds to make sure the family experiences all the joy of the season: decorations, shopping, tree lighting, christmas concerts, school shows, baking, visiting with family, crafts, on and on. we push ourselves to accomplish all of our “normal” activities and the additional activities of the season, and do it all while grinning wildly from ear to ear—lest we be called a humbug.  for some of us, it feels a little like moving through molasses.  every activity requires twice as much energy (and leaves a lingering sticky residue). a while back, i wrote about authentic happiness. not everyone’s happiness looks the same.  tv seduces us into thinking true happiness is a bubbling and bursting, a new-car-with-huge-red-ribbon kind of glee.  some people have a happiness quotient that is more of a simmer, save for those actual lotto-winning moments, and it is much more quiet. like our bodies, happiness comes in all shapes and sizes.  we think something is wrong when we don’t feel what we think we should feel.  we tell other people to, “smile!!”, as if that is the only way to walk around in the world.  there is a difference between being unhappy and not-as-happy. make this distinction in your solitude.  appreciate the moments you have when your child says something magical about the season, when a great friend is in town for a visit, when your favorite movie comes on tv. it’s also perfectly reasonable to appreciate the quiet of the season: the glow of the lights when your house has turned down for the night, the warm smell of baking, the tears shed over people who have passed. we don’t give ourselves, or each other, enough opportunity to express an emotion other than jubilation this time of year.  there is room for reflection, remembrance, and reverence.  it is the pressure... posted by jennette cronk in health & well-being | 0 comments read more finding gratitude in the dark dec 4, 2015 “gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. it turns what we have into enough, and more. it turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. it can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” –melody beattie most of us have heard about the benefits of gratitude. it can boost your immune system and decrease stress, according to elizabeth heubeck from webmd. we know that practicing gratitude leads to a happier life and the feelings of abundance. what happens, though, when we can’t find gratitude? when we are trapped in darkness, how can we find a spark of thankfulness? tune into one. small. thing. that’s it really. the practice begins in finding an appreciation for one small thing. then the next. then the next thing after that. psychology today posted a great article from toni bernhard, j.d. about moving forward when we find our gratitude “in short supply.” she says, “instead of trying to talk myself into big gratitude—a lecture that is always packed with judgmental “shoulds” and “oughts”—i decided to think small.” bernhard shares this example: thinking big: “i should be grateful every single day that i live in a nice house with my own backyard.” thinking small: “that’s a pretty little bird in the yard.” by thinking small, we tune into the true feeling behind the sentiment. we can say we are grateful for the roof over our head because we feel we should. our intellect reminds us of the atrocities of the world, and how we should feel grateful it is not happening to us. but sometimes that is too big for us to tap into. we can think it but not actually feel it. in those circumstances, reach out for something you can feel. for me, it starts with my children. i can immediately tap into honest feeling when it involves my girls. the practice of gratitude has to start somewhere. as with all things, the skill becomes stronger with practice over time. seek the first, little thing you can find to be grateful for, and really feel the gratitude... posted by jennette cronk in motivation | 0 comments read more shop small this week nov 24, 2015 here’s the thing: people work really hard to follow their dreams, create a business, and carve out a life for themselves. let’s support that. sure, mega-chain-marts are cheaper. but there is no substitute for handmade quality and originality. have to shop for someone who “has everything?” get them something unique from a small business, local craftsman, or artist. it is sure to be a hit! support a friend by purchasing gift-cards for their services, and gift it to others. pay it forward. supporting the small businesses in your community, and the businesses of your friends, will score you some big karma points for the next time you need support in your corner. we could all use a hand. don’t know where to begin? try facebook. chances are, you’ve seen a friend recommend a local shop or business, or promote their own. scroll back through and check out their websites. make it a point to support a few of them while you shop this season. here are some fabulous places i recommend. i guarantee you are supporting real people, real craftsman, real artists. radlabs know anyone that loves cool leggings? how about filling up some blank wall space or spicing up your couch with some new pillows? you have got to check out radlabs on society6. about the art: “artists katie helms and veronica fannin create collaborative artist’s books. this image is a small detail taken from mixed media books made over several years of working together with many other artists. steeped in love, ritual, and friendship & reaching toward center, these two friends offer to you a glimpse into their larger network of partnership.” the print i’m crazy about: titled “i don’t hide anymore,” this print has got my name written all over it! mama sews best it’s not jut the name that is adorable. you have to check out these handmade, cleverly creative, gifts. from matching kid/doll accessories to custom keepsakes, you are sure to find something you like. the item i’m crazy about: these memory bears are made from a loved one’s old clothing and offer comfort in all seasons. this tender tribute is especially wonderful for someone who is facing... posted by jennette cronk in career | 0 comments read more 5 ways to give yourself permission sep 29, 2015 we find ways to justify all kinds of detrimental behavior. we can find excuses for all our bad habits, half of which are unconscious. but why is it so hard for some of us to allow ourselves happiness, freedom, passion? why do we make excuses for poor relationships and unrewarding careers? embrace the fear fear is responsible for much of our thinking. i have made too many decisions in its influence and i’m sure you have too. you don’t think so? it is easily disguised. maybe you thought, “the timing isn’t right for me to leave this job. i’ll wait until _____.” or maybe you thought, “i’m too busy to look for a new _____.” perhaps fear even felt like comfort. people will tell you to move past the fear. that’s never worked for me. i just couldn’t let go of those feelings. what i have been able to successfully do at many points, and am encouraging you to do here, is embrace the fear. hold the fear and move on anyway. use the fear and turn it into excitement or, at least, allow it to remind you to keep moving. who wants to sit around in fear? you want to move fast enough that you don’t quite feel it anymore. dump the dead weight you are with. the one who makes you feel terrible, that holds you back. afraid to be lonely? well…make a plan to join a social club. use the fear to spur you into finding opportunities to meet people whose company you’d enjoy.  afraid of loosing your job if you start looking for a new one? use the fear to help you organize yourself and move quickly. make a plan to send out resumes and be smart about your search. don’t allow the fear of loosing a job you hate keep you in the job you hate! remember you are not psychic our imaginations can get the best of us. we can project (fear) into the future and hallucinate all kinds of scenarios to talk us out of following our passion. have you ever had a fake conversation with someone that turned into an argument? have you ever felt terrible (racing pulse, upset... posted by jennette cronk in motivation | 1 comment read more finding balance between opposite extremes aug 29, 2015 sometimes it seems like every article i write becomes about opposite extremes, and finding balance. i’m beginning to realize that might be because this pattern shows up a lot for me in life… plus this website is about work, and life, and balance. today, i’m going to talk about how finding balance between opposite extremes relates to the darwinian concept of the middle road, and the buddhist idea of the middle path, or middle way, and how that approach can be applied to life and to health, for growth and success. for the philosphers among you, aristotle’s golden mean and confucious’ doctrine of the mean are right up along this alley as well. what got me thinking about all this was a noticing that i often see with clients, and in the health and wellness industry in general, an oscillation between states or practices of deprivation, and states or practices of excess, or hedonism. you may have experienced this yourself, if you have ever been on a very restrictive diet: you’re limiting calories, or carbs, or sugar, or foods that start with the letter t, and at some point, three hours or three days, or three weeks in, you’re standing in front of the fridge with a chicken leg in one hand, and a pint of ice cream in the other. some of you are shaking your heads no because you’re always calculating and don’t succumb to cravings. for the rest of you, the vast majority of everyone reading this article, uncontrolled indulgence is a natural response to deprivation, and you are not alone. the idea of the middle road, per darwin, came from a combination of the ideas of inductivism and eurekaism: the former suggests that the way to a breakthrough is work, work, work and practice, practice, practice, while the latter suggest that breakthroughs happen in one, spontaneous aha! moment, while dancing in your kitchen listening to techno (darwin totally listened to techno, i just know it). so darwin’s idea is not that neither of these approaches work, but that they both work, only not in isolation. they must be combined to be successful. the buddhist idea of the middle path or... posted by jen kahn in just for fun | 0 comments read more how to entertain kids when you’re sick aug 27, 2015 spring brings lots of beautiful flowers, green grass, and allergies! when the little ones are sick, late nights and early mornings make life tough. but what happens when mom or dad is down for the count? we’ve already had a round of couching and sore throats at our house, which reminded me to share this article i wrote for buzzfeed, about 20 ways you can entertain kids when you feel like you. can’t. even. the article lists a bunch of great ideas to help keep kids busy, but here are a few extra pointers to keep in mind when you are down for the count: 1. pre-plan i hope the all-caps indicates the importance of this one! gather a few items reserved specifically for sick days, and half of the work is done for you. you may recall packing a “hospital bag” or “home birth kit” before baby came. this is important too. grab a box or bin and fill it with age appropriate supplies. some ideas for older kids include, new coloring books and crayons (sure you’ve got old crayons, but new crayons are the best), exciting playdoh colors in neon or sparkle, fun activites from the dollar store kid isle. little ones are a bit harder, so make a few busy bags in advance. this site shares 15 ideas that are easy to put together–from lacing cards to sensory bottles. age aside, all kids love new things. make a little grab bag of small new toys. pull one out in these kinds of emergency situations, and hopefully you can get an hour or two of peace. when the kids get too many toys for a holiday or their birthday, i like to put a few away (they never remember) and pull those out when needed. 2. hire a cleaning service. look, when the main caretaker is out of it, kids will take advantage of everything they can. for me, that means my house is going to be a mess. this stresses me out. sometimes, for the sake of sanity, we have to spend a couple dollars. it seems indulgent at first, but you cannot put a price on sanity. you might even... posted by jennette cronk in health & well-being | 0 comments read more your inner critic is a fraud aug 26, 2015 have you ever read an article and thought, “um…i don’t remember authorizing this interview.” well, here’s an article that is all about us.  i can’t tell you how many times i feel like a fraud.  even my nightmares contain worries that someone will know i am faking it! “faking what,” you ask? everything… in her article, expert enough, take 2: why imposter syndrome matters, and how to overcome it, lauren bacon talks about feeling like a fraud and physical things you can do to overcome it.  i’m including it on workout wednesday because it is really helpful to have a physical “thing you can do” when you need a boost of confidence.  it can be draining to always rely on your brain to bail you out.  try letting your body give you a boost sometimes.  bacon recommends doing these things: stand (or sit) up straight get big lean forward find your own power posture: “ask your body to find a position that feels centered and powerful, and lock into that posture so you can recall it later.” beyond your physical stance, you can also: move your body. “dancing to your favorite tune shifts your energy in incredible ways.” (you may have to do this before a big event, not during.) carry a power totem. “i’ve worn my late grandmother’s wedding rings on days when i needed a reminder that my roots go deep and that i’m part of something greater than myself. it helps me keep my worries in perspective,” says bacon. the thing that really hit me in this article is the idea that expert does not mean infallible.  bacon says, “we can be experts, and we can be successful, and that doesn’t mean we need to be without fault.”  yes.  yes!!  we don’t have to be perfect to be an expert.  we don’t have to have to know all the answers to be able to offer valuable advice. if you suffer from impostor syndrome, you may also suffer from “can’t-toot-your-own-horn-itus.” this is also known as inability to promote yourself or can’t take a compliment (depending on where you are from).  ashley milne-tyte, at the broad experience, who pointed out this article in... posted by jennette cronk in career, motivation | 1 comment read more « older entries social media follow follow @wlbpa columns the salon (7) stress free summer (6) unexpected places (2) featured articles (7) ask madeleine (18) career (32) space in the middle (11) money (7) movie bad girl of the week (87) family & relationships (41) life with mo (60) health & well-being (59) motivation (40) truedud (7) recurring columns (5) just for fun (80) uncategorized (1) subscribe via email enter your email address to subscribe to this site and receive notifications of new articles by email. email address featured business featured business and sponsorships contact us for information on becoming a featured business and available sponsorship packages. home about services media contact copyright 2013: wlbpa - work life balance protection agency sn facebook like send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this:


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