Spring to Thrive
Spring to Thrive
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Hello from Coach Meg!
Beautiful spring days are a reminder of the biological imperative of living things to thrive. Given the ideal conditions including an organized mind, our brains and bodies thrive, and we feel in control of our lives, making the world a better place.
I collaborated with a new company bLife to create a cool new iPad app called The Thriving Mindset, videotaping 12 of 18 segments on thriving and emotional fitness. bLife also features the quickie well-being assessment that I developed - check out whether you are thriving by completing the wellness assessment on this page.
Enjoy the YouTube intro of the iPad app: What is Thriving? Key messages:
1. The concept of thriving has a deeper and richer meaning than happiness
2. Thriving is knowing oneself well, knowing and optimizing one's talents, strengths, and skills. How do I arrange the panorama of my life so I'm giving back?
3. Identify what energizes us, what sets us on fire, what lights up our spirit
4. Function well on internal front and in greater community
5. Small children know how to thrive - it's inherent in being human
6. When you thrive, you are making a difference in the world
This week's questions for you to ponder:
What makes you thrive?
Are you thriving?
What can you do this week to thrive, even for a few moments?
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Margaret Moore/Coach Meg