Legendary coach John Wooden is famous for starting the first practice of every season with teaching his players the proper way to tie their shoes. You can find the full story in a simple search because it is such a well known example of what we all know to be true. Progress happens one moment at a time and one day at a time. Making sure to lay a strong foundation, take care of the basics, and consistently bring mindfulness to practice is the best way to change and grow in Therapy as well as life.
This blog aims to help you to ‘tie your shoelaces’ each day by providing helpful information, tools, practices, and links to deeper learning. Each post will have a practical guide to implementation so that you not only read about a new idea but you also have the tools needed to integrate it into your daily life so that it can help right away.
The intention behind everything written in this blog is to provide insights and tools from best practices that are grounded in rigorous research and inquiry. Whenever possible there will be links embedded to free resources, citations, or a deeper dive into something related to the topic of the post. How these tools and ideas are implemented will impact their effectiveness.
This space exists to serve you and add value to your life by providing helpful information that you can use in your daily practice.
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