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Advice for Entrepreneurs!

Owning a business is stressful!

Do You Love What You Do?

Some thoughts on my professional path

Do You Love What You Do?

From Chicago: Do You Love What You Do? Some thoughts on my professional path

Good Works and Feeling Good

When I was asked to write about “Good Works”, this term was unfamiliar to me. In doing a Google search, I discovered this related to “doing something good for others” within the Christian faith.Interestingly, it’s a concept that applies to faiths and cultures all over the world.What motivates us to do something good for others?

 I want to share something that happened to me recently that may illustrate a couple reasons that...


Our nation is in transition and this is stressful. By definition the concept of stress relates to the perception of responsibilities, demands on your everyday life, your resources and your abilities.  It’s not just our immediate environment, which includes things like our job, family, and our community influencing our experience of stress. The passage of time can be stressful, as can the broader system of the culture or demographic area we...

The Energy Will Surface

Most people don’t know how I ended up on my path. Bear with me a moment and the relationship to this month's theme on energy will surface. At the time of this writing, my path is in transition, yet the focus has always remained the same. As a kid and teenager, two main things played a part in the unfolding of my path. First, I have always been an empathic person. Curious about others’ lived experiences, I listened and asked questions....

Owning a Business is Stressful!

Owning a business is stressful! What can make it more challenging is when a person believes the stress comes from one place and it actually originates from something else. As a stress coach, I help business owners identify stressors and develop tools and skills to assist with reducing the impact of a particular stressor. It’s challenging when you’re working hard at succeeding and the consequences of unmanaged stress get in the way. Don’t...

Loss and Grief in the Workplace

Depending on your work environment, loss and your experience of grief may not be something you can easily discuss. In a recent book I wrote on this concept, it’s important for managers, supervisors, and colleagues to be aware how the experience of loss and the response of grief may affect employee behavior.  Oftentimes, it’s easy to blame erratic or inconsistent behaviors on character imperfections or principles. Yet, when we as humans lose...

The connection between “Doing Good” and Stress

By Serena Wadhwa Psy.D., LCPC, CADC, RYT

Spring is in the air and generally the abundant sunshine and warmer temperatures have an influence on some individuals. People feel good, and are ready to get out and “do”. Why not add another word to that and make it more about “doing good?”  I wrote about this last year, when I was first introduced to the concept of “good works.” And since this month focuses on “Do Gooders,” why not take...

Got Stress? Here’s a solution

Let’s collaborate and create that so you have less tension in the New Year and for the next big holiday!   The Stress Intelligence coaching program has launched.  I am super-excited about this project and know it will give some relief. There are multiple options. By exploring newsletter packages and the coaching program packages, you will be able to choose a program that fits your schedule and your needs.

The Stress...