Podcast Ep. 69: Interdependence, Bouncing Back, Getting Jacked

Podcast Ep. 69: Interdependence, Bouncing Back, Getting Jacked

It’s time for another episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions. In episode 69, I cover: Interdependence: I explain the difference between dependence, being fiercely protective of your independence, and interdependence and why the latter is what happens when you allow...

Podcast Ep. 53: Preference or Programming?, Stay In Your Own Lane, No Straining

It’s time for another episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions. In episode 53, I cover: Preferences versus programming: Why do you do the things that you do or like or dislike certain things? I talk about distinguishing between autonomous preferences that make sense to...

No One Wants To Get Left Behind or Passed Over

Our romantic relationships and life in general imitate what occurs in the workplace. People are at various levels and have all started at different times and with different experiences and perspective. Each worker has their own idea of what they bring to the table and...

Shifting from blame to taking responsibility for you

One of the things that can prove to be a tricky balancing act is knowing that line between blame and responsibility. Some people think that they’re one and the same thing but blame, which is really a focus on finding fault rather than positive, decisive,...
I’m still standing. You’re still standing. We’re still standing.

I’m still standing. You’re still standing. We’re still standing.

There’s this falsehood that many people who are in the process of improving their self-esteem, addressing unhealthy or redundant habits, or who are thinking about doing any of these things, subscribe to, and it’s this idea that once we tackle whatever it is that we...