When we believe we’ve failed at something, it’s easy to fall into a pit of despair.  But according to New York Times contributor Rachel Simmons, accepting failure and moving on is a learned behavior.  One way she suggests teaching ourselves to “get over it” is by practicing self compassion. Here’s how. Note how you feel.  Don’t exaggerate or deny […]

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Mistakes.  We all make them.  What’s important is how we deal with them so that our errors don’t become our undoing. New York Times Better Living Columnist Tim Herrera has some tips for moving beyond big and little gaffes. He recommends being honest with yourself.  Acknowledge that it was indeed a mistake.  Accept it, but don’t let it define you […]

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At some point in our lives, most us feel broken.  If we lose a job, a loved-one or suffer a debilitating illness, we can begin to believe that this is our new and permanent normal. Oprah.com contributor Mark Nepo offers these four tips that will help you turn loss into strength. Accept the weather. Being tossed and turned […]

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When you think of resilience, you might picture that punch drunk boxer coming back for more. But Harvard Business Review contributors Michelle Gielan and Shawn Achor say resilience is not about how you endure. It’s about how you recharge. Research indicates that there is a direct correlation between lack of recovery and increased health and […]

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