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Practising self-care to mitigate stress

Practising self-care to mitigate stress

Self-care can mitigate stress You wake up from another night of tossing and turning, your shoulders are tight, your jaw aches from grinding your teeth in your sleep.…

Don Easton March 4, 2021
Becoming aware of your stress

Becoming aware of your stress

Understanding your stress? Something that many people don’t realize about stress is that it’s like a snowball rolling down a hill, which begins with just…

Don Easton February 25, 2021
Managing our need for Social Media

Managing our need for Social Media

Social Media–A Modern Addiction There is no denying that smart technology has changed our daily lives. We have access to everything: tomorrow’s weather forecast,…

Don Easton February 18, 2021
Develop self-moderation—the key to building self-discipline

Develop self-moderation—the key to building self-discipline

Develop self-moderation rather than rely on prohibition. Everyone has something they just love: sweets, adrenaline, a cold beer… it’s normal. When something…

Don Easton February 11, 2021
Strengthen your self-discipline

Strengthen your self-discipline

Over the years, I have seen a lot of gifted, talented and charismatic people become immobilised by poor judgement and decisions. It might have been through unhealthy…

Don Easton February 5, 2021
Make New Year’s resolutions you can achieve

Make New Year’s resolutions you can achieve

Happy New Year! Here at the start of a fresh new season, we can’t help but look towards our future. What will this new year hold for us? What changes are in store?…

Don Easton January 14, 2021
May you thrive in 2021 -- Happy New Year to you and yours

May you thrive in 2021 -- Happy New Year to you and yours

I’m taking this moment to send greetings for the new year. May you thrive and be at your best. Praying that this year be your best, full of promise and opportunities.…

Don Easton January 8, 2021
Pride

Pride

Who else has trouble with empathy and pride? I think the truth is that we all do at times. Sometimes we get impatient with the people around us, sometimes we don’t…

Don Easton January 7, 2021
Demonstrating Emotional Intelligence under Stress

Demonstrating Emotional Intelligence under Stress

This time of the year can be especially stressful … especially this year. The holidays are already a stressful and hectic time for many of us, but a new layer…

Don Easton December 31, 2020
Three ways to practise curiosity

Three ways to practise curiosity

Here is a benchmark of Healthy Christian Leaders: Display a modest view of one’s importance, abilities and strengths. How do they do that? By demonstrating altruism,…

Don Easton December 17, 2020
3 keys to humility

3 keys to humility

Displaying humility When I was two, my parents took me on the train to Alice Springs in central Australia. My dad was an engine driver, so it was a really novel…

Don Easton December 10, 2020
Five steps to gain emotional restraint

Five steps to gain emotional restraint

What causes you to forgo emotional restraint? One of the most embarrassing things a parent deals with is a toddler throwing a tantrum in public. The good news is…

Don Easton December 3, 2020
4 keys to self-regulate emotions

4 keys to self-regulate emotions

Here is the benchmark: Healthy Christian Leaders self-regulate emotions. Being aware of the impact emotions have upon others, they take action to manage their emotions.…

Don Easton November 26, 2020
5 things to moderate emotional impact

5 things to moderate emotional impact

Emotions impact us and others Emotions have a big impact in our life. If we are feeling sad, our work will suffer. Anger often causes loss of clarity and distracts…

Don Easton November 19, 2020
4 Practices in reducing Stress

4 Practices in reducing Stress

This blog is by Max Rankin. Max is one called to come alongside and help. He is part of the leadership of Verve Lead. His practical insights will help many. Flick…

Don Easton November 5, 2020
When the well-being tank is empty

When the well-being tank is empty

No one intends to become emotionally depleted. It’s a scary place. I’ve been there and don’t want to ever go back. This blog helps explain what that place…

Don Easton October 27, 2020