Our guest, Carolon Donnally, is a burnout coach who works with organizations and leaders to help them understand burnout symptoms on a deeper level, how to prevent burnout, and recognize when you’re towing that line.
When it comes to your kids, is fair always equal? James questions the assumption that fair and equal should always go hand in hand. Because the reality is, each kid is on a different path and circumstances will differ at each point in time. So how do you make sure your kids feel like the family ecosystem is in equilibrium?
James and today’s guest wrote the book on Living a Rich Life. No, really! Greg Williams is here today to talk about Heart Tools, his program and toolkit designed to help you build stronger relationships by learning to recognize and understand your emotions.
Research indicates that when you own a thing, it becomes more valuable to you. Economists call this “endowment bias”, and it affects more than just tangible things. How might this bias, this tendency to prefer things that you feel are yours, influence your decisions?
You know those people who can quickly and effortlessly go from having a bad day based on one negative experience to feeling great 30 minutes later? What do they know that you don’t?
The pandemic and lockdown permanently altered the way we experienced time. Even though the world is putting us back on regular routines in these still abnormal circumstances, can we somehow adjust our schedules to create a more rhythmic experience of time?
Parents: what do you do when your empty nest is suddenly not so empty? In today’s episode, James addresses why taking your adult child coming home might feel like a failure. Turns out, this living arrangement might have some benefits. The key is setting some very necessary ground rules.
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