Why I stopped believing in a happily ever after

Remember the Cinderella fairy tale? A poor girl with a big heart and even bigger dreams manifested the richest, most handsome, model-like and the kindest heart Prince Charming. The whole universe conspired for them to be together. The birds were chirping and the mice were rejoicing in a dance. I watched this Disney cartoon when…

Spring cleaning time: Are you working on your mental brules?

How often do you look yourself in the eye and work on your mental blocks? This is such an uncomfortable thing to do (what to even say about writing about it), yet inseparable from one’s growth. Today I feel like flexing that vulnerability muscle and opening up about mine. So listen up. Ever since my…

Use these 4 questions to deepen your social connections

A few months ago I wrote about the powerful program called Lifebook, which helps to create a business plan for your life.  In other words, it makes you look at your life holistically by listing down on paper what your beliefs in 12 categories (health and fitness, character, social, romantic relationships, parenting, spiritual, emotional & intellectual…

How to set HEART goals to get “there” smarter and faster

Sun was high and water blue like in those Instagram stories, just this time no filter was needed. Life was good at the beach. Aaaah – deep sigh. I spend my days in the workplace where rapid changes and new type education for humanity is being created on x1.9 speed like someone would have installed an…

A question that changed the way I connect with people

There is a common custom that goes by default  in most parts of the world: when we see a person, we tend to inquire: “How are you?” At times we ask this question because we want to connect. Often enough we ask it because this is simply what everyone is doing. At most, we ask because…

3 steps to support your team members in times of adversity

As a Training & Development Specialist in a personal growth company my work has one goal – to empower my team to thrive and grow not only as specialists but as extraordinary human beings too. Thus, recently I have been exploring a topic of failing and vulnerability as part of a work culture. My belief…

Valentine’s edition: How to break up like a hero?

When I was 13, I came up with a definition of clarity: “It’s s like a romantic Hollywood movie, where the end of the plot is more anticipated than the beginning”. While the whole world is celebrating a love day, I’d like to tell a bit different romantic story, that showed me what love actually is….