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Resilience: What About the Guy Pushing the Rock Up the Hill?

Posted by on September 12, 2016 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on Resilience: What About the Guy Pushing the Rock Up the Hill?

I think we all remember the guy pushing the űber-big rock up the hill only to watch it roll back down again. His name was Sisyphus and he was repeating this action for eternity because he had upset the gods big time.  Why? For being so full of himself. So here you have someone repeating an action over and over with no end in sight.  If you turn this situation on its head, you could say that Sisyphus is amazingly resilient – so resilient that he persists in pushing the monstrous rock up the hill repeatedly despite the same sorry outcome. After...

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Want Your Child Happy at School?

Posted by on August 15, 2016 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on Want Your Child Happy at School?

With kids returning back to school soon, parents want to make sure their children have the best possible setting to learn and succeed. Present-day studies indicate that happiness affects personal mental and physical health as well as productivity. We know that in the States the public school system is letting down a lot of kids. Why is this happening? In our 24/7 world, the need to go stronger, faster and higher has spilled into all facets of society and education is no exception. The measurement of success “in number of widgets” as to...

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You and your Big Idea According to Kita

Posted by on March 1, 2016 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on You and your Big Idea According to Kita

You and your Big Idea According to Kita: http://www.jenningswire.com/success/personal-growth-success/big-idea/

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June 5, 2015

Posted by on June 5, 2015 in Articles & Book Contributions | Comments Off on June 5, 2015

What’s on Your Mind? Kita’s article “What’s on Your Mind?” is in the May issue of Benefits and Wellness Excellence Essentials of HR.com. Please follow the link below to read what she has to say about de-cluttering and cleansing your head space: http://design.hr.com/ExcellenceEssentials/BW/2015/BW_MAY_2015/index.html#/14/

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Do you absolutely have to win every argument?

Posted by on April 2, 2015 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on Do you absolutely have to win every argument?

Do you absolutely have to win every argument?  It does pay to step back… http://www.jenningswire.com/health/wellness/arguing-point/

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You and Time

Posted by on March 4, 2015 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on You and Time

http://www.jenningswire.com/success/personal-growth-success/time/

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Employee Benefits & Wellness Excellence Essentials (HR.com) – December 2014

Posted by on January 1, 2015 in Articles & Book Contributions | Comments Off on Employee Benefits & Wellness Excellence Essentials (HR.com) – December 2014

Kita contributes “The Holiday-season Happiness: Are you buying into others’ version of happiness?” See article here: http://design.hr.com/ExcellenceEssentials/BW/BW_DECEMBER2014/index.html#/16/

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Status Magazine – December, 2014

Posted by on January 1, 2015 in Articles & Book Contributions | Comments Off on Status Magazine – December, 2014

Donna Alger: “Life of a Phoenix – Journey from Tragedy to Healing” The Volume 4 edition of STATUS magazine (December, 2014) is now available and can be downloaded by logging in or registering at www.TheSTATUSmagazine.com STATUS boasts a wealth of information on fashion, food, travel and wellbeing.  In this edition, Kita writes about Donna Alger’s incredible life path and the inspiring choices she continues to make. It is a poignant narrative. Her editorial vividly captures the love and spiritual dynamics that abound during times of healing....

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What Floor Are You On?

Posted by on August 21, 2014 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on What Floor Are You On?

I was participating in a reflections workshop and the instructor brought up the image of a 10-story building for the class to look at.  In essence, she explained people can live in the same building but depending on what floor they’re on, the view is different, and therefore the perspective of each resident will change depending on which floor they occupy.  Read on…...

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Posted by on July 9, 2014 in JenningsWire Blog | Comments Off on Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Where does the word “happiness” come from? http://www.jenningswire.com/specialty/happiness/where-does-happiness-come-from-the-word-that-is/

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