Prioritizing Self-Care During COVID-19

It’s strange that during a time when we’re forced to slow down it seems like our minds are racing a marathon. Floods of new information are coming into our consciousness almost hourly and it can send you into a tailspin if you aren’t intentional about what you choose to bring in, what you choose to leave out, and how you manage difficult information and emotions.
Here are a few tips on how to prioritize self-care during the pandemic.

How to Practice Mindful Listening

Giving someone your undivided attention in a conversation isn’t easy, but it is a skill we can practice and hone and, if we do, we can cultivate more meaningful relationships along the way.

From Human Doing to Human Being: Mindful Tips to Slow Down

We live in a time of chronic busyness, but are we really pressed for time or does the problem lie largely in our own psychology? Find out how to curb constant doing and mindfully slow down in this post.

The Fundamental Truth: An Interview with John P. Milton

The Fundamental Truth: An Interview with John P. Milton
Natural Tendencies

 
 
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Rick talks to John P. Milton, founder of the Way of Nature, about the first of his 12 principles of natural liberation which draws from his lifelong study and synthesis of the world’s great traditions and natural principles. In his Fundamental truth, “all perceived form is interconnected, constantly changes , continually arises from, manifests within and returns to primordial source.”  He explains that this truth is a pathway to a more liberated state of being. 

Leadership Essentials: Lesson 1

Leadership Essentials: Lesson 1
Leadership Essentials

 
 
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Rick begins a 10-part series on Leadership Essentials that focuses on the core attributes of a leader. In this introductory lesson, he explores the importance of “doing what you say you’re going to do.”

Staying Mindful this Fall

By practicing mindfulness during this season of change, we can kindle internal fires, to bring us peace and comfort throughout the year, despite the changing nature of ourselves and the natural world we are so closely connected to.

The Five Stepping Stones Mindful Leaders Cultivate

Learn how developing your own mindfulness practice can not only benefit yourself but all of the people around you through this holistic process.

The Inaugural BE Coaching Certification Retreat

A few short weeks ago, Behavioral Essentials hosted our first Coaching Certification Retreat in the beautiful Jemez Mountains in New Mexico. Curious what this looked like and want to hear from some of the participants? Read more!

Overcoming Overwhelm in a Fast-Paced World

At the end of the day, life will always be busy: The demands of the modern world are becoming more intense as technology continues to evolve and we are becoming accustomed to a more and more fast paced lifestyle. However, by becoming aware of your own workaholic tendencies and incorporating small practices that slow you down and bring you back to your center, you can learn how to deal with “overwhelm”mode in a healthy way, and will maybe even find that you can accomplish more in the process.

Embracing Interconnectivity & Change

Everything is interconnected. This simple truth, when cultivated, can transform our lives. So much suffering in the world comes from feeling disconnected from ourselves, others and nature. Learn how to start embracing interconnectivity and change in this post.