by August Turak , in Featured , Personal Transformation , Video
What do I do?Begin to practice detachment by looking at your situations realistically and objectively. Try to separate your emotions when you take an honest look at yourself. What things need to change and how do your actions affect others. Write down 3 things you can do to improve yourself and your relationships. Ask people close to you to remind you when you are not improving them.
Don't figure it out, find out:
- Apply wisdom, equanimity, and detachment to every challenge… including love. Find out what Turak is really offering those who are willing to take the trip.
- Start by leading yourself. Read about how Turak’s offer to work for Louis R. Mobley, founder of the IBM Executive School for free if Mobley would teach him everything he knew turned into one of the best counter-offers of Turak’s life.
- Break the frame by going against conventional thinking. Read Turak’s take on what happens to people who have their backs against the wall and how Turak provides the pressure and frustration that have some asking why he is so controversial.
- Spend time alone each day and pay attention to your thoughts. Dr. Amy's passion is caregiver wellness and her goal is to help make the challenges easier for caregivers so they can experience the positive parts of care giving. Watch as she describes the biggest challenges of care giving and helps others go from surviving to thriving.
Do you have any relationships that are particularly helpful or detrimental to you? Why do you have them?