Welcome to The Padded Room
This blog is here to serve as your humble companion in your quest for a sense of wellness. In these posts, I’ll share the latest research paired with my psychological insights to help you gain a better understanding of yourself and the world around you.
I’m here to provide you with a science-backed, no bullshit approach to help you achieve long term growth and change.
Why is it called The Padded Room? Well, first off, I thought it was funny – a sense of humor goes a long way. And, much like the old concept of placing someone in a padded room for safety, I like to think of this as your virtual safe space to help with the jarring realities of life. Here, you’ll find a soft landing for life’s harshest truths.
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I have a whole lot of wellness wisdom to share with you in the coming months!
What do you believe is the key contributor to your organization’s success and failures? Do you think it’s your financial viability? Or is it the quality of your brand? Is it governed by the results of the quarterly earnings? Turns out, organizational culture is one...
Have you ever wondered how to manage risk, harness creativity, and access the unconscious? If so, this episode is for you. I recently was featured on The Inner Revolution podcast hosted by Dr. Renee Mudrey. Our conversation centered around The Power of the...
Yes, is nice. It moves things along. It collaborates. It pleases. Yes is a smile and a wink. But No is bold. It’s decisive. No takes on the status quo. The buck stops here. And No carries burdens and pressures that Yes couldn’t possibly comprehend because it’s just so...
During this episode, we talked all things social media, as it relates to parenting.
Every once in a while, you get a chance to be interviewed by one of the greats, an outstretched hand who says, “Come into my arena and shine.” Thank you, Srini Rao of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast for being that person. Thank you for having me in your lair. I hope...
It’s in this arena where psychological flexibility and that appetite for uncertainty really start to matter.