May 30
May 30, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Emotional awareness 101

Theme: Acknowledging emotions Tip: Consider implementing the following tips when different emotions arise throughout the day: Acknowledge Take action … redirect it or dig into it on the spot Feel into it and then let it go “If you are tuned out of your own emotions, you will be poor...

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May 29
May 29, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Resistance

Theme: Listening to and learning from resistance Tip: Reflect on the kinds of resistance you may be meeting in a weekly recap. Be sure to ask yourself if it is part of the journey or if it may be directing you to a better target you may not have envisioned...

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May 28
May 28, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: If not now, when?

Theme: Be the person you have always wanted to be Tip: Is there anything that you always wanted to do or be in life but never pursued? If yes, spend a few moments reflecting on why/how you have been pushing this off. If you are currently pursuing your biggest life goal,...

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May 27
May 27, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Internal Control

Theme: Control your internal reactions Tip: Take time to train to control what you can control so you are more prepared for the uncontrollable challenges when they appear. If you don’t already, implement a box-breathing practice in the morning (start with 5 minutes and work up to 20 minutes) to...

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May 26
May 26, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Slow is smooth

Theme: Slow things down  Tip: Write down your 6-month most important goal you hope to accomplish and chunk it down into smaller objectives to accomplish along the way. “Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” — Lao Tzu Slow things down so you can ensure quality in whatever goal...

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May 25
May 25, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Pandemic Perspective

Theme: Perspective on COVID-19 Tip: Reflect upon one challenge you are currently facing. Now consider shifting your mindset (i.e. from possible fear-based inaction to optimistic action) and review the challenge again. Do any new windows of opportunity or angles open up that were previously hidden? “If you’re going through hell,...

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May 25
May 25, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Pandemic perspective

Theme: Perspective on COVID-19 Tip: Reflect upon one challenge you are currently facing. Now consider shifting your mindset (i.e. from possible fear-based inaction to optimistic action) and review the challenge again. Do any new windows of opportunity or angles open up that were previously hidden? “If you’re going through hell,...

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May 24
May 24, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Motives & Challenges

Theme: Learn along the journey Tip: Write down one goal/challenge that you are striving towards and reflect upon your motives for choosing it.  “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” — Helen Keller What challenges are you tackling? What’s your ‘Everest’? Ask yourself if challenges you take...

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May 23
May 23, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Positively impact others

Theme: Write your own story  Tip: Interesting task today … consider writing your own obituary and reflecting on how you have (or have not) positively impacted others. It’s never too late to turn a new leaf and set new goals. “Success isn’t just about what you accomplish in your life, it’s...

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May 22
May 22, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Choices

Theme: Your choices determine your destination Tip: Reflect and journal on the following prompt: Consider your current situation in life. Are you content? What choices did you make one year, three years, and even five years ago to lead you to this exact moment?  Now consider where you’d like to...

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