Maybe your life is somewhat like mine? You know when you wake up that you have more items on your to-do list than could ever get done in one day. The idea of adding one more item to the list, even if it’s meant to improve your well-being, is overwhelming. That’s where I was with [read more…]
The Benatti Resiliency Model focuses on the five key areas needed to prevent burnout and enhance recharge. The focus on recharge and resiliency is one of the key components of my coaching process and in sparking your career success. I just had an opportunity to teach my new training, Career ReCharge – Resiliency Strategies for [read more…]
Today, I had two special holiday highlights! The first event was meeting my friend Susie for our annual Christmas Boston lunch together. We met 18 years ago when we were both in graduate school at University of Massachusetts at Boston and then in the evening we went to my 8th grade daughter’s holiday band concert. [read more…]
It’s the most wonderful (but very busy) time of the year… Are you in a state of overwhelm? Here are three strategies to help you manage stress this holiday season. Share your strategies for fighting holiday stress with us! Beth Be Sociable & Share!
What is bliss? I would define it as your sparkles of happiness! What are the little things that recharge you personally? Are you aware of the times when you honestly feel like, life is good?! As work places become more and more demanding, finding moments of happiness is even more important. We cannot just go [read more…]
Went to see the Jimmy Buffet concert at Jones Beach on Long Island, NY this summer! We first tailgated with my family and celebrated my Niece’s birthday! I was once again struck by how nice and welcoming people can be! Everywhere my seven year old daughter went people were giving her fun free beach stuff – [read more…]
Even the greatest jobs can make us stressed at times! Sometimes our stress management strategies work and other times we need to think about why we are so stressed out. Write down a list of all the things that contribute to you feeling stressed. Now, cross off the things you have no control over. It’s pointless wasting our [read more…]
When we think of Goal Setting many individuals think of New Year’s resolutions. Most of my clients including myself find that setting New Year goals, results in more frustration than success. The strategy that seems to work the best is quarterly goal setting and focusing as Stephen Covey would say, “on the big rocks!” Every 3 months I [read more…]