Living Intentionally

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Dealing with Stress (especially holiday stress) - November 24, 2012

Many of us deal with extra stress during the holiday season. What are some ways we can create a more joyful holiday season?


 

Best of Ourselves: Becoming More Aware (Repeat) - October 20, 2012

How do we become more aware?  The book, Strangers to Ourselves by Timothy Wilson, shows a majority of our every day activity is unconscious.  We can become more aware and live a more


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Best of Ourselves: The Armor We Wear - October 13, 2012

There are various ways we try to protect ourselves from being vulnerable.  In Brene Brown's latest book, she captures some of our favorite forms of armor.


 

Best of Ourselves: Perfectionism - September 29, 2012

Daring Greatly, the new book by Brene Brown, explores how we live with vulnerability. This segment shares the myths of perfectionism.


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Coming Out From Behind Ourselves And Making It Real - September 15, 2012

Vulnerability is a source of strength and yet most often we fight it, deny it and pretend it does not exist.


 

Meaning in My Life - August 18, 2012

Do you have a clear purpose or a clean sense of what is meaningful?  Having a clear purpose in our lives allows us to move beyond the small distractions and setbacks to stay focused on


 

Focus - Lessons from Athletes - August 4, 2012

Focus is a key for elite athletes -- it not just the physical practice that makes them great, it is the mental game as well.  What can we learn about focus that might apply to us.


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Best of Ourselves: July 28 - "Positivity"

In this edition of "The Best of Ourselves" with Marcia Hyatt - we are not wired to savor the positive moments in our life, yet if we do, we can cul


 

Seeing Our Choices - June 23, 2012

The choices we make compose our life.  And often we do not see them as choices.


 

Positive Self Talk - June 16, 2012

We can learn how to increase our positive self talk and curtail the inner critic.  Using lessons from neuroscience and the work of Carol Dweck, we can change our inner dialogue.