Deep down, you know there’s something inside your spirit that wants to come out! An idea for a book or art project. A business you want to start, or a career change to something that makes you feel great about showing up to do your life’s work. You want to live out your big, loud, … Continue reading Achieve Your Dreams without Burnout: Free eBook
Burnout is a huge buzzword right now, because it's a very real thing! Our society's systems inherently lead to burnout. We are tired, overworked, underpaid, and too exhausted to figure out it's all by design. The key to recovery and prevention is finding the solutions that work best for you, so this blog has 7 … Continue reading How to Prevent Burnout for Small Business Owners
Everyone knows that goal setting is important, but most people have a hard time making the changes they want in their lives or businesses! Sometimes it just feels easier to stick with what we know. Why? Because the process of goal setting and achieving your goals can be overwhelming, and society is practically begging us … Continue reading 4 Goal Setting Rules to Break
New Years Resolutions are kinda fake. Only about 9% of people who set resolutions feel successful in keeping them by the end of the year. Because resolutions typically aren't well thought out, and they may not even make sense in line with a longer term vision for your life. What makes resolutions fail? Setting TOO … Continue reading Break Up with New Years Resolutions
We think of our career and self-care as a binary between work and life. We talk about work-life balance like that’s all there is. Work stuff, and life stuff — an even split. But it’s not 50/50. This is not a two-mode thing where sometimes you live and sometimes you work. Balance means that the … Continue reading Is work-life balance 50/50?
When you decide to expand your comfort zone, you make a decision to do something new to achieve that result. So when you find yourself frustrated because you made the decision but the result isn't happening... you may still be in your comfort zone pretending to make that decision and take that action, but not really doing it yet.
While Black and brown students are unfairly left behind when it comes to admission to Gifted and Talented programs and cultivating of their talents, they are absolutely not insulated from burnout or being held to impossible standards.
Being labeled as gifted and talented often leads educators and parents to expect that these children will be good at anything and everything. But giftedness and talent doesn't work like that, and just because these students can do something doesn't mean they should have to master it.