Recently I read an article that said that attorneys and accountants are more likely to be critical of their spouses and families than people in other professions. The author said this was due to these people focusing almost entirely on finding errors as a fundamental component of their jobs. In an entirely unscientific multi-year study […]
Give Yourself Some Credit
Fall is my favorite season; I love the colors, the scents, the feeling of something magical happening. Even living in Southern California, with trees that get the pleasure of just staying green, I still feel the crispness of change in the air. Fall is harvest time – the perfect time to reflect on our internal […]
CTiA: Setbacks? Failures? It’s Time to Credit Yourself!
My quitting smoking plan has stalled out big time, and I find myself falling into the mentality of “oh, fuck it. I’ve failed. I may as well chain smoke since I’m doing so damn badly already.” I’m guessing you might be able to relate to this. Maybe you’ve vowed to control your temper, stop binge […]