I am not valued for the contributions I make. People don’t really like me or want to do things for me. I embarrass myself whenever I try something new. Do thoughts like these ever go through your head? If you’re like most people, the answer is yes. For some, these thoughts are buried more deeply in their subconscious than for others, but if you dig deep, you’ll find they exist. No big deal, right? Everyone has their insecurities. However, in many cases, it is a big deal. Why?
When we are in harmony with ourselves, our thoughts and actions work together and are in alignment. If our thoughts tell us that we are a good friend and our actions involve calling and going out with our friends regularly, we feel at peace with who we are. However, this isn’t always the case. What happens if: You think of yourself as a good father but you are continually missing your son’s baseball games and dinner with the family to work late. You think you treat your emplo
Life is hard. How many times have we heard that statement? You have a bad day at work and want to complain to someone, and you hear, “What do you expect? Life is hard.” You have a fight with your spouse and your best friend’s sage advice is: “Marriage is hard work.” Yes, I understand that life can throw you some curve balls and I also understand that it’s not all puppies and rainbows. That’s why it can be tough to wrap your mind around iPEC principle #20: Doing is work, being