When going through change, there’s fulfillment in shifting our perspective from “the best is yet to come” to embracing “this is a new season of bests”. In this week’s Mindful Moment, we celebrate the “bests” of the past season, knowing the “bests” of the new season are going to be the perfect fit for our present.
When something bad happens the first thing we think of is who is at fault? We are quick to point fingers, cast blame, and play the victim. But true maturity is being able to accept responsibility for our messes and mistakes, and have the courage to hold others accountable for when their actions impact us. In this week's podcast Bethany shares her funny story on how blaming the lawn mower isn't going to fix the problem.
Change happens! Whether expected, unexpected, good or bad, it’s something different. So how do we remain flexible, adaptable, and move forward when it's hard to see through to the other side? Change, if we let it, can spin us into a fear frenzy with all the unknowns and uncertainty. In this week's podcast, Bethany shares her experience with 5 key steps to becoming resilient in our process through change.
Thought for the day: Our experience of grief is unpredictable, messy, unconstrained to time, and individualized--it is defined as loss, sorrow, sadness, heartbreak, suffering, pain, and more. We face grief in the most unexpected circumstances--loss of a loved one, loss of a job/business, unmet expectations, tragedy, lost items of sentiment, divorce, retirement, changes (good/bad), what... Continue Reading →