If you work so hard at a job you hate, imagine what you could accomplish at one you love. 

~ Unknown

That old saying, "You can't choose your family" is very much similar to any workplace.  

Dysfunctional and toxic... yes every family member has that certain someone in their family. 

As do our workplaces. 

  • The Mother Hen who has taken everyone under their wing to hear all the gossip to keep it going, which happens in the workplace. 

  • The Dead Beat who brings the team down with poor performance.

  • The Cry Baby who is in a constant turmoil because no one will use his ideas and always storms off, slams objects and makes sure EVERYONE hears how "unfair" life is. 

  • The Lime Lighter who is always taking credit for others' work and is doing what is best for her and not what is best for the team.

There are so many more... 

These individuals are draining to be around. 

The energy can be sucked out of you faster than you realize, you can find yourself down a rabbit hole before...

It's not hard to make decisions when you know what your core values are. 

~ Roy Disney - co-founder of Disney

Have you ever taken the time to really find out what your core values are? 

I mean really take the time? 

That doesn't mean, when you do something that makes you feel good, you say, "It was in my core values in which I did the deed". 

Sure, that may be true, your core values are very much a part of your every day, but can you name your top 3 at an impulsive request? 

Go ahead! 

Name them! 

Did you find there were others that appeared into your mind to distract you. 

How easy was it finding 3? 


Even better, you can not narrow it down to just 3 as rambling off 20 was a breeze.  

This is what happened to me when I discovered and uncovered my true core values.

When asked to write down 8 core values...

I had none!

Let me rephrase that, I couldn't think of any that stood out over the rest..

Not because I didn't know myself.

Not because I was not was a cold at heart. 

It was because I had never...

To many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. 

~ Les Brown

Think of your deepest fear right now. 

Did you notice, you had to search for it? 

Did you notice you had to actually bring it to the present moment. 

Fear only can be found in the past or future. Never in the moment. 

Now you may argue, "but Kryssie, what if I run into a snake." 

The snake just sitting there is not fearful. 

The thought of the snake from past experiences or lessons are causing you fear. 

The thought that the snake might be poisonous IF it bites you, causes the fear. 

"What IF it bites me Kryssie?"

Then you will most likely feel pain, the fear is the thought of what the bite is going to cause in the future from what you have experienced or learned. 

"But what if I die, Kryssie?"

The thought of you dying in the future is what causes you fear, the moment of death no one comes back to tell us what it was truly like. 

Let's face it, the built in fight or flight mode works wonders in these moments,...

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