Eyes on the Prize Article & Podcast
This lawyer’s first regret took place when he was ten years old. Even at ten, he was trying to run the show to look good and get exactly what he wanted. Read more.
This article is also a featured Sidebar Podcast episode: Eyes on the Prize. Listen here.
Guidance for Grieving
A lawyer shares his perspective after suffering the loss of a loved one. Read more.
The “Working from Home Myth Buster” – reflections from a LAP volunteer. Read more.
Where self-criticism erodes self-esteem and impairs our ability to think clearly, befriending ourselves does the opposite while also building self-confidence. Read more.
This Mindful Moment is also a featured podcast episode: Befriend Yourself. Listen here.
Why You Should Stop Being So Hard on Yourself
Research shows that the No. 1 barrier to self-compassion is fear of being complacent and losing your edge. And all the research shows that’s not true. It’s just the opposite. Read more.
Procrastinate Much? Manage Your Emotions, Not Your Time.
Think you’re a slacker because you procrastinate? Think again. Read more.
Something to Consider
[If we deeply and sincerely examine our behavior and motives, we will discover that] beneath the thousands of crazy things we do, we always want something good and worthwhile. We want to be loved. We want to be accepted. We want to be secure. We want to be happy. We want peace of mind. – Enneagram Institute