values

Who am I? Taking a look at passions

Sometimes, we get so caught up in doing all the things that we think we ought to do, or should do, or need to do, or have to do, that we lose touch with what it is exactly that we want to do. And sometimes we get lost doing all the things that we think other people want us to do or expect us to do. Now, it’s time to get back in touch with exactly what it is that makes our hearts sing: those things that we’re passionate about.

What are your passions in life? Get out your notebook or journal and write down everything that comes to mind. As always, please keep an open mind so you can avoid filtering things out. Also remember not […]

By |September 26th, 2011|Growth, Holistic Wellness|1 Comment

Who am I? Taking a look at interests

Another important part of getting to know ourselves is to acknowledge things that we love doing, and one of the questions I suggested exploring at the Authentic Happiness Summit was: What are your interests?

Sometimes, we get so wrapped up in doing all the things that we feel we should do, or need to do, or have to do, that we forget those things that we really want to do. So what things interest you in life?

I’ve already written a post on interests, so I won’t repeat myself here. I’ll just copy the main part of the exercise below.

1. Sit down with your notebook or journal, and list at least 10 responses for each of the following categories:

Things you really love doing.
Hobbies you love. Or wish you had […]

By |September 20th, 2011|Growth, Holistic Wellness|1 Comment

Check out the Events page

I finally set up the Events page here on this site. I’ve got three exciting events planned for the month of October, and after last Saturday’s Authentic Happiness Summit (which was amazing), I can’t wait to share everything else I’ve got planned. So please check it out!

By |September 19th, 2011|Holistic Wellness|Comments Off

Who am I? Taking a look at values

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I’ll be posting a series of activities to help you what I referred to as the three happiness questions in my talk at the Authentic Happiness Summit. So get out your notebook or journal, where you can record your observations and answers to the upcoming activities. Some things might be easier to print out and just paste in, as with this one.

One of the most basic steps to looking at who we are is to examine our values, and yesterday we did a quick values exercise. So what are values? Values are those things that really matter to each of us: the ideas and beliefs we hold as special. A value is something which is intrinsic to what somebody feels to be […]

By |September 19th, 2011|Change, Growth, Holistic Wellness|Comments Off