How to Balance Being There for Yourself and Others (Part II)

How to Balance Being There for Yourself and Others (Part II)

What makes taking care of yourself and others hard? Well, one contributor has to do with why we choose to do things for others. Most of us see an opportunity to help or serve – and we think about what will happen if we don’t do it. Will they not like me? Will...
How to Balance Being There for Yourself and Others (Part I)

How to Balance Being There for Yourself and Others (Part I)

Would you like to be there for your partner, kids, parents, coworkers, employees, students AND yourself? Yes, Chelsi. Yes, I would. What are your thoughts about this? Thank you for asking. So many people that I talk to (clients and otherwise) are ambitious and...
Top Self-Sabotaging Mistake & How to Change It

Top Self-Sabotaging Mistake & How to Change It

When talking about what we want, we often say things like “I want to not revert into a spoiled brat when I am around my mother” or “I wish that I was more confident” or “Everyone asks me to do more things at work and I can’t do all...
5 Steps to Actually Doing A Thing – Part II

5 Steps to Actually Doing A Thing – Part II

Welcome back!  I tantalized you in my previous post where I set up and named the steps to actually getting yourself to do new things, and now you are on pins and needles, ready for all the juicy details about how to go through these. Buckle up.  (It’s...
5 Steps to Actually Doing a Thing – Part I

5 Steps to Actually Doing a Thing – Part I

New things are hard. Many times we either live in a perpetual state of not doing them, or we start them and then gradually stop. We are not these failures who can’t hack it. We are not making things harder than they need to be. Everyone else is not out there, going...