Self-directed study is an essential—and relatively inexpensive—path to personal and professional development learning. These are some of Miranda’s favorite books that align with Thrive Potential’s mission to empower personal potential, develop professional success, and enjoy life.
Re-Writing Our Stories
At some point in our lives, stories became our enemy. We use them to avoid opportunities and undermine our success. When we re-write our internal narrative to one of empowerment, we can reframe our fears and assumptions to open ourselves up to possibility. Consider how you may be getting in your own way. And then move over.
Two Scoops: Why Is It So Hard To Apologize? How to suck less at #apologizing. https://t.co/RvYpzOOblV
A beautiful and empowering reflection on goodness by @tomjunod. Consider taking a 30-minute break from your day to read this.
“We know what Mister Rogers would do, but even now we don’t know what to do with the lessons of Mister Rogers.” @tomjunod wrestles with the memory and legacy of his friend and the beloved children’s-TV host, Fred Rogers. https://t.co/2NuwnoEKg3
Great news for mature professionals and another point for #mindfulness practices! Thank you @LabLazar. Off to #meditate now. . . . https://t.co/xfhQKs4aYK
Got #selfawareness? You might want a little more. https://t.co/au5Fbje3bS
The fortunate among us chart careers based on what we predict will make us happy. We use that metric to make countless decisions-- only to end up less happy than we imagined, wondering if it’s possible to achieve and sustain joy at work.
Spoiler: it is!
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