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Nonverbal Communication and Body Language

Have you ever moved aside to make space for someone to walk by you in a crowded area without ever exchanging a word? Or have you ever picked up on someone’s excitement about a topic before they even said a word? In both of these examples, you received a message that was communicated nonverbally. So even if they never said a word, you still understood them.

This week, let’s explore how we convey information through nonverbal communication.

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Feeling Behind In Life

The clock is ticking—we are growing older by the minute, and we have no control over it. What we can control is what we do with the time. Yet, it often feels like our efforts can not measure up to the young stars who have skyrocketed to success through social media, achieving what seems impossible (and yet feels like a standard we should have reached) at such a young age.

Meanwhile, we are living our normal life, grappling with our fair share of challenges, and still searching for that elusive success that we feel we should have achieved years ago.

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A Kind Act a Day

We’ve talked a lot about self-care so we can show up and be mindfully present in the world. So, with our self-care centering and grounding ourselves, let’s explore how we can show our loved ones we care and how one kind act a day can brighten our day, the receiving person, and even the observers who only witness an act of kindness.

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Mindful Every Day

Life has a way of sweeping us off our feet and dragging us along through the day, and we just hope we can make it to the end of the day. How can we slow down and savor our moments? Mindfulness techniques offer us a break from the rushing pace and help us appreciate the present.

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Midweek Check-in

It’s been a while since we last had our check-in, so let’s check in! This is your friendly reminder to find pockets of time in your days, weeks, months, and life to tune into yourself, your body, and your soul.

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Why Having a Regular Self Check-in Is Your Secret to Self-Care

In the bustling, productive-focused world we live in, we’re constantly caught up in the rush of daily demands and work tasks that we often forget to prioritize our own well-being. Even though we feel like we’re drowning in work and the never-ending tasks, we must carve out the time to consistently check in with ourselves. Discover how these moments of introspection can significantly contribute to your well-being and learn how to incorporate this simple practice into your routine.

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Non-negotiables are the rules and activities you refuse to sacrifice. They are your core values. They are close to your heart, meaningful to you, and energizing. Non-negotiables exist in every aspect of your life (relationships, career, personal life, etc.) whether you are consciously aware of them or not.

This week, let’s discover our non-negotiables so that we can start creating systems, relationships, and a life that aligns with what is most important to us.

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Do you work hard to achieve your goals but feel like you get nowhere? Or do you set a goal and feel highly motivated at the beginning but fall off a few weeks after? Do you struggle to see yourself achieving your goals in the next few years?

Let’s try setting a SMART goal! SMART is a mnemonic acronym that provides the criteria for setting clear and achievable goals. This week, we’ll break down SMART goals and explore how to turn your ambitions into clear, accessible goals. Plus, see how reframing your thoughts from results to actions helps you achieve your goals.

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If you search about expectations, you will likely come across the saying: “Expectations are premeditated resentments.”

The basis of this quote may be from two psychological facts: 1) expectations are not guaranteed to be fulfilled, and 2) we tend to think that fulfilling our expectations will make us happy.

So, do expectations lead to resentment and disappointment? How do we manage our expectations? When we have high expectations, how do we manage them to drive us rather than pressure us?

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