When we approach our work as an art that has no borderlines, we trigger the creativity to come out and guide us. -
Just like a farmer that listens and considers all of the factors involved in helping his crops, while asserting only a sprinkle of his own self in it.
Just like a chef that senses what would make the entire creation of the dish a high quality dish, and only inserts a pinch of their own flavour.
Just like a musician in a band understands when their instru
Today is #WorldMentalHealth Day. .
It would be very helpful to have more people learn about what Mental Health is. .
We know so much about Mental Illness.
We know about... . ... Anxiety ... Depression. ... Mental disorders ... Schizophrenia ... Stress ... Personality disorders. .
We also know so much about how to manage it. .
We are a well educated society on what Mental Illness is and how to “cope” with it. . .However, learning about Mental Health is learning a
I spent 5 good days in Whistler this week experiencing all the wonder this place offers.
Met some incredible people. I noticed two things from everyone I met and spoke to. (1) - No one I met was from BC. Every single person I spoke to was from another country province. I met people from Germany, Britain, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Montreal and Ontario and Seattle. And each one had the same story. They came here for the snow or the bike trails. Planned to stay a year and
I often get asked from my clients how to be more productive. They might have a week where they feel they haven’t got much done or they haven’t got enough done. They sometimes tell me that their productivity goes in and out and they cant be consistently productive. They also tell me how they have tried so many techniques and strategies to be productive but they never seem to stick.
And I can totally relate. I was the same. I could never be consistently productive. It was alw