If you feel fear and self-doubt, you are in good company. So do I. So do most people, regardless of age, culture, or gender, education, and experience. In fact, it’s estimated that 70% of the population suffers from imposter syndrome at one point or another.
In 2008, happiness was an 11 billion dollar industry. Today, that number is astronomically higher. There are countless books, podcasts, blogs, and articles claiming to teach us how to be happy. But is all of this “happiness” making us any happier?
We are entering the holiday season, and as magical as it can be, the holidays can also be a source of stress. Remember to give yourself and others grace, practice self-compassion and kindness, and try these three things to make your life just a little bit easier.
Let go to level upLet go to level upLet go to level up A bad habit. An abusive relationship. The pants you haven’t been able to button since 2004. Sometimes in life, we have to let things go. Letting go can be difficult, scary, and even painful at times, but it is a necessary part…
In order to regulate stress, battle burnout, and improve well-being, you have to intentionally build your psychological immune system. If it is not possible to reduce the “threat”, you have to increase your sense of safety. Every time your brain gets a signal of safety, it replenishes your psychological immune system.