Dr. Kim’s Blog
Motivation + Inspiration
It’s Thanksgiving time, and that means family, food, and friends. It also can contribute to overwhelm for those of us who are highly sensitive to physical, emotional, or social stimuli–or are just exhausted and burned out from the rush to get things done. The good news is that there are a few changes you can make to create a more simple, cozy, and low-key holiday for yourself.
Join us for a special Thanksgiving bonus episode where we sit down with Ron Lambert, a Market Leader for Starbucks Corporation, and hear stories of how gratitude, hope, and joy helped him and his team through times of uncertainty and massive change.
It’s November—a time for pumpkin spice and all things thankful. But is there such a thing as too many good vibes? Listen as we talk about toxic positivity and how it can backfire on ourselves and even hurt others.
Not feeling so grateful at the holidays? You’re not alone. Listen as we talk about polyvagal theory and how glimmers of gratitude can help calm the nervous system and train your brain to notice the positives more easily, even during stressful family get-togethers.
I was so fortunate to have been invited to speak on a panel about the Intersection between Academia, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators as the Family Life Coaching Association.
I’ve been on a journey for a long time now. It’s been an imaginative journey filled with red tailed hawks, dragons, and even muppet guides–I’ll tell you all about that one day. But the most significant part of this journey has been over the past year. I’ve been hunkered down within what I call the Hermit’s Cave.