Best of Ourselves

Marcia Hyatt

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Marcia Hyatt

Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.  Each week, the feature explores what we can do to be intentional, creative and joyful in our lives. 

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We Have The Time To Nudge Ourselves in a Better Direction - March 29, 2014

Meditating for 12 minutes gets measurable results.  What are other accessible ways we can nudge ourselves in a better direction every day?


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What Do You Focus On? - March 22, 2014

What do you focus on?  Do you put as much energy and commitment into what you want to create? Or are you more connected to what you don't like and what is not working?


 
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Being Present with Our Triggers - March 15, 2014

Using the work of Roxanne Howe Murphy, author of Deep Living, learn how to be present with your triggers.


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Don't Show Off - February 22, 2014

How we do get comfortable "letting our light shine"?  What keeps us playing small?


 
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The Power of Practice - February 1, 2014

Practice is a key element in growing and changing. Understanding is a start but it is in the repetitions that we create new responses.


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Why Worry? - January 11, 2014

Worrying seldom serves us.  And fighting it only makes it stronger.  How to be more resilient when worrying takes hold.


 
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Stop the Comparisons - January 4, 2014

Comparing ourselves to others is usually a waste of energy.  How can we change our pattern to learn and appreciate?


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Stories Bind Us Together - December 21, 2013

Know our story and our families stories can make us more resilient; remind us we are connected to something bigger.


 
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The Paradox of Feedback - December 14, 2013

We are often strangers to ourselves, not fully noticing the impact of our behavior or contradictions between what we say and what we do.


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Consider a Thimble List - December 7, 2013

Instead of a bucket list, consider a thimble list.  Used both to relish was is here now and/or create small aspirations to live more intentionally.