Reader View · 6 min read · May 19th · The pandemic put an end to required birthday cupcakes, team happy hours and forced ‘fun’ activities. Many workers are deeply relieved. · Shared by 356, including Dave Kellogg, Ines Bieler, Merkstatt@troet.cafe, Kathy Klotz-Guest MA, MBA, Speaker, Trainer, Meghan M. Biro ⚡️, Esther Schindler, Matthew Turland, Mark Tabladillo PhD
Reader View · 6 min read · Jul 23rd · It’s all about developing what journalist Catherine Price calls a “fun mindset.” Here, she shares four ways that you can create — or appreciate — moments of fun in you… · Shared by 1256, including Matthew Turland, Nir Eyal, James, David Pennington
You never feel judged by them. • They make everyone feel included. • They’re considerate of others’ feelings. • They get excited with you.
Reader View · 3 min read · Nov 3rd · There’s a saying – I don’t know whose – that an expert is always from out of town. It’s similar to the Bible quote that no man is a prophet in his own country. That one has deeper meaning, but they… · Shared by 503
“All businesses are loosely functioning disasters” Brent Beshore says. But it’s like an iceberg, only a fraction is visible.
Reader View · 2 min read · Jun 24th · By Leo Babauta So much of our difficulties can be entangled with our sense of self worth — from whether we take care of ourselves with good habits to how we are in relationships to how much confidence… · Shared by 995
Some of these might be challenging — that’s OK! Notice how you respond to challenge, and find wonder in that as well. Keep exploring, keep bringing curiosity, keep bringing wonder and love.
Reader View · 5 min read · Oct 31st · There are no quick fixes for low self-esteem: There’s no profound insight your therapist can give you that will suddenly improve your self-esteem There’s no secret mantra that will unlock your inner… · Shared by 910, including Neil Hart 💙
If you spend your entire childhood learning that you’re not good enough or not lovable, that’s not something that’s going to change overnight.