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More Must-Do Tips to Increase Your Resilience

In my last article on resilience I gave two important tips proven to increase resilience. One was a simple tool to shift into Neutral during a stressful experience to save energy or saying somethin…

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Are Women More Resilient Than Men?

Today, most women are juggling several jobs: breadwinner, family caregiver, family health manager, cook, and as my father used to say, the cleaner-upper.  Of course, men are contributing more to hou…

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Climate Change Strategies from a Country on Fire

Three recent events have made Australia a flashpoint for the global discussion around severe weather. The first: a rash of record temperatures and raging bushfires that has garnered international a…

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Don’t Give Up On Your Resolutions! Persist, Don’t Perfect

While the stars in Hollywood are rehearsing their acceptance speeches, many of us back home, standing on our scales, or prone on our couches are rehearsing our concession speeches—to our new year’s r…

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4 Ways to Embrace Your Inner Overachiever

John Eliot, PhD, is one of the world’s leading authorities on peak performance. He’s also more than willing to challenge conventional wisdom on the subject. Too often, he argues, the focus is put on…

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Jerry Sandusky & Sexual Abuse

By Mallika Chopra I was on a panel last year with four amazing women -- women who were entrepreneurs, leaders, change makers for good in their communities. I was in awe of each one as they spoke ab…

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Memorial Day: A Time to Appreciate

Memorial Day is a time to appreciate and honor the men and women of the Armed Forces and their families for the sacrifices they've made. Whatever our political or social views, we set all that asid…

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20 Ways to Build Resilience

I just met with a group of doctors under the wise and beautiful guidance of Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen, author of Kitchen Table Wisdom. We meet monthly to talk about Finding Meaning in Medicine, a …

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