A simple, easy tool to help your blender brain (& your emotional hygiene)

Blender brain.  It’s what I call the state of having so many things whirring through my mind that it’s hard to focus or move forward. Can you relate? Last post I wrote about the intriguing concept of emotional hygiene – a concept coined by Guy Winch – which is being mindful of our psychological health and adopting brief […]

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A trainer’s tale of a Social Media Halloween grab bag

While much of the planet is now accessible via social media it still feels like a Halloween grab bag.  You remember the kind when you were a kid?  You’d reach into a dark space, touch something (usually spaghetti masquerading as brains) and you’d have to figure out what it was. That’s what social media can […]

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Shiny Object Syndrome – why it’s hard to tell the difference between styrafoam and gold

What does a teenage run away, Buddhist monk, Geisha girl and Bill Gates have in common? They’re all connected to Christine Comaford whom I heard speak recently at the BCHRMA annual conference.  Don’t know her?  Here’s some background: she ran away at 16 she’s a high school and college drop out she was a Buddhist […]

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