If you read my last blog and have been wondering how to move along the mental health continuum from distress to peace, this is what you’ve been waiting for. Last […]
I’ve been reading Kim Scott’s book, Just Work: How to Root Out Bias, Prejudice, and Bullying to build a Kick-Ass Culture of Inclusivity, and think it should be required reading […]
October is touted as National Bullying Prevention Month, but what are your plans to stop bullying? As a counselor educator, I’m constantly telling new therapists that making plans to simply […]
In honor of yesterday’s Global Forgiveness Day, I wanted to write about the importance of forgiveness. One of the components of Mental Freedom® is the concept of Unconditional Trust. If […]
Dear Heterosexual, My name is Kim Olver and I am a heterosexual ally for LGBTQ rights. I felt compelled to write this article after reading about all the backlash about […]
As coaches, it is our job to show our clients that there is hope. When they’re feeling like they’re ‘broken,’ we show them that their pain is temporary, that there […]
The most important relationships you will ever have is the one you have with yourself. This determines your self-esteem, your passions, your ability to go after what you want and your ability to connect with other people.
There are two ways to look at the title of this blog. One is to identify what you love and take the leap to do it for a living and the money will follow. This can work well for people like me. I am someone with a very high need for freedom and I have a lower need for survival, so I can tolerate more risk than many. The other way is to look at what you believe you have to do and change the way you see it so it actually becomes what you want to do.