Mental Health

start anyway
Opinion piece

Yes, You Should Start Anyway

You don’t have to be completely prepared, have all the answers, or succeed at the highest level in business to be fulfilled. So start anyway.

impetus to create
Opinion piece

Impetus to Create

Building an impetus to create requires more than just passion and creativity. You have to be ready to make the process part of who you are.

Don't Tell my Grandma Podcast

Host Clubs, After COVID Life & Upgrading

Hey listeners!

In this episode of the Don’t Tell my Grandma podcast Wendy and Juan talk about another oddity of Japanese culture, Host Clubs. Juan will do his best to explain to Wendy, and the audience, what Host Clubs are, and what is their appeal….

Learning to Let Go
Opinion piece

Learning to Let Go

Today we bring you a thought. Learning to let go and accept randomness can become the most significant factor in your mental health.

The Journey of Learning that Life is NOT About Us
Essay

Life is NOT About Us

People are now more concerned about inconveniences than safety. Some even engaging in reckless behavior. If we want to overcome this hardship we have to be willing to work with each other. It is now more important than ever to embark in the journey of learning that life is NOT about us.

partnership during tough times
Opinion piece

Partnership During Tough Times

During tough times, honing our communication skills is a great way to love ourselves and our partners. We’re now learning who we can count on.

mindset + habits = success
Essay

Mindset + Habits = Success

We rarely see how brilliance is produced. “Mastery is the product of genius!” we believe. Today I want you to challenge that way of thinking. Let’s discuss how mindset and habits breeds success.

Don't Tell my Grandma Podcast

Identity, Everyday Joys and Flipping Tables

In this episode Wendy and Juan discuss about Cultural Homelessness, Identity and what are TCK’s. We also talk about the little joys of everyday, flipping tables and why Wendy is a giant.

cultural homelessness
Opinion piece

Cultural Homelessness

Some people might find themselves in a state of cultural homelessness. A cognitive dissonance between their authentic self and the culture that represents them. They can’t reconcile their values and views with the realities they see.

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