With holiday cooking, baking, and eating, gift-shopping, writing holiday cards, extra expenditures, work parties, tree trimming, house decorating and family gatherings on top of already packed schedules, many people find the holidays stressful, busy, and energy-depleting.
In this classic HBR article, authors Schwartz and McCarthy suggest that focusing on four distinct dimensions of energy – body, emotions, mind, and spirit – will positively impact your ability to expand and renew your energy sources.
How do you plan to relax, renew, and recharge your energy over the holidays?
As I reflect on 2018, I find myself thinking about gratitude. This has been an exceptional year of accomplishment, discovery, and growth on my personal journey to becoming.
I completed a PhD in Management (with research focused on executive coaching), leapt into entrepreneurship (founded Nash Consulting & Associates) and spoke about relationships, emotional intelligence, and executive coaching at Harvard and Columbia.
I’m exceptionally grateful to and thankful for the special friends, family, and colleagues in my life who encouraged me (some for decades!) and supported my dreams.
To whom and for what are you grateful this year?
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