4 Ways to Keep Things in Perspective in Marriage

"Keeping things in perspective" is a phrase we throw around a lot. But we never actually focus on its meaning. I'm not sure why. Understanding this idea of "keeping perspective" is a valuable exercise, especially for those who are married.


5 Habits of Happy People

Why design yourself? Maybe you don’t need to, but there may be some of us who feel we’ve evolved from one season to the next and we’re clueless as to where we want to go. Maybe we know where we want to go but don’t know how to get there. Together, let’s build a plan that will help us grow as women, as business owners, moms, wives, daughters, sisters, and friends. Let’s start with being happy.


Neuroscience, Your Mood and Team Performance

Your mood, your demeanor and your verbal and nonverbal behaviors exert a powerful influence on your team members and the working environment. Caroline Webb, author of the book, “How to Have a Good Day—Harness the Power of Behavioral Science to Transform Your Working Life,” offers:“Every moment of the day, our brain is busy scanning the environment for unpleasant things we should avoid and pleasant things we should rush toward.”


The Number One Thing Couples Should Talk About Everyday

You talk about the kids, what’s for dinner and plans with friends or family. The day to day running of your lives together, particularly if you have kids, is often the central focus of your conversations. These things are not wrong to talk about, they are necessary. But, the most important piece that you should not gloss over is how you feel about what in going on in your life day to day.

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