If you wouldn’t tell your grandmother about it, why do it?

I read a book the other day that made these suggestions and/or asked these questions of the reader:

  • “Consider your circumstances
  • Start small
  • Have you taken full advantage of the opportunities offered to you?
  • Are you working hard on your career, or even your job?
  • Are you letting bitterness and resentment hold you back and drag you down?
  • Have you made peace with your brother or sister?
  • Are you treating your spouse and your children with dignity and respect?
  • Do you have habits that are destroying your health and well-being?
  • Are you truly shouldering your responsibilities?
  • Have you said what you need to say to your friends and family members?
  • Are there things that you could do, that you know you could do, that would make things around you better?”


Action Bias and Solutionizing

There are so many biases that influence decision making that range from the Ambiguity Effect to Zero Sum Bias. One of the ones I deal with in my work alters decisions to decide, or at times triggers us to decide in the first place. It is called “action bias.” Simply stated, the concept of action bias says that just about everyone, when faced with ambiguous situations, especially those circumstances associated with risk, gets the feeling that they need to take some action regardless of whether this is a good idea or not.


After The Shootings In Baton Rouge, Who Will Cut The Grass ?

We, as regular citizens, are not often aware of the depth by which they were impacted. Therefore it is important to keep in mind that Law Enforcement professionals have feelings just like you and me. Yet they, unlike the rest of us, have to transcend their feelings to keep us safe. As a Baton Rouge Life Coach I can attest to just how difficult at thing that can be.

We, as the people that they serve and protect, must understand clearly that the intended reactions – insecurity, distrust and occasionally fear – are the purpose of terrorist acts like that of that Sunday morning months ago. Remember, the purpose was to terrorize both the common citizens and the police that protect them. The gap between the horrific acts of that Sunday morning and the demands of daily life creates a gap: a dissonance. It is that dissonance that, regardless of training, can be difficult to maneuver.


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