Resiliency

October 14, 2022

How to Decide When You Are Undecided

I’m not one who often struggles to decide. At times, it can be a good thing, and other times, well, let’s just say, the biblical quote […]
October 14, 2022

How to Motivate Yourself After Failure

Shifting Perspectives Impressionism, fauvism, modernism, post-modernism, post-impressionism! There are seemingly thousands of art movements that are, most evidently, differentiated by their disparate appearances. It is fairly […]
June 10, 2022

How to Communicate Your Boundaries at Work

Increasingly, people are looking for ways to prevent too much stress in their work life. It is a serious issue that warrants a closer examination. There […]
June 10, 2022

Is it Time to Prioritize and Reduce

Sometimes there are topics that continue to resurface in meetings and conversations with clients. The issue of addressing burnout is one such topic. Recently, I’ve been […]
May 14, 2022

Leaders Dealing with Burnout       

By Susan Merli. While this post specifically mentions leaders, I believe that everyone has a responsibility for self-leadership. The tips I offer are applicable for all. […]
February 12, 2022

How to Detect and Protect Yourself from Emotional Vampires

Written by Susan Merli  To Trust is Human It is in our nature to trust. When we trust someone, it triggers the feel-good part of our […]
January 1, 2022

Thinking Flexibly About Stress

Written by Dr. Anneke Olthof Mid-Winter Stress Mid-Winter can be a particularly stressful time – the holiday spending and eating has finally caught up with us, […]
December 13, 2021

How To Ask for Help and Be Okay with It

This is a time of year that can be particularly taxing both emotionally and physically. December marks the end of a 12-month marathon dealing with the […]
August 6, 2021

Categorizing People in Your Life

The Bubble During the pandemic, the size of our community became quite small as we were tasked with keeping one another safe from contagion. We had […]