We’re complex creatures navigating a complex world with challenges around every corner. When facing those challenges head-on, we will sometimes stumble and fall because of mistakes we’ve made or the actions of others. No matter the circumstance, our choices remain the same – assume the role of victim or problem-solver.
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Most people’s executive functioning improves throughout life as their experiences shape these critical mental skills. However, it’s also possible to work on and improve the different components of your executive function to make you happier and more productive. I share a simple but powerful way to do this in this article.
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When my clients are discontent and complaining about how life is playing out for them, there are five questions I typically ask to get them thinking about the things they need to be thinking about to be more thoughtful and intentional with how they choose to move forward. I share those questions in this short video.