Peak performance specialist Renita T. Kalhorn is a Juilliard-trained classical pianist with an international MBA and a first-degree martial arts black belt. Leveraging the power of “flow,” she helps entrepreneurs and corporate professionals to achieve extreme focus and reach the top of their game at work. Subscribe to In The Flow, her FREE monthly newsletter and receive a complimentary copy of Find Your Flow! 21 Simple Strategies to Banish Tedium, Reduce Stress and Inspire Action at http://www.intheflowcoaching.com.
Here we stand, on the threshold of a new decade: it's a fresh start, a new beginning. This is it, your chance to really make a change, once and for all - it's now or never.
How seven years of martial arts training became a profound source of lessons and references that I could translate into work, music and every aspect of life.
At my recent lecture at the Mid-Manhattan Library on developing resilience and recovery muscles, one of the members in the audience noted that she always seemed to gloss over the positive things that ...
There’s a video making the Internet rounds of a public bus ramming into the back of an SUV stopped in rush hour traffic. It’s filmed from the point of view of the bus driver – well, if the driver had ...
Would you like to be happier, and more often? Here are two truths to remember (and two myths to forget) about happiness.
There’s no universal scorekeeper keeping a running total of the mistakes and mis-steps of our lives, and other reasons you don’t always need to be right.
A breathless conversation, ups and downs at work, the ebb and flow of the economy — these are the rhythms of life. What if we could learn to improvise around them, instead of resisting or being dictat...
Tactics on how to "break it down" - the key to eliminating procrastination and resistance so you can take action.
Tips to keep your cool and reduce stress in a world where people don't follow the rules.
Disappointing outcomes and setbacks are a fact of life. Learn how to maintain your poise and make a quick recovery when things don't go as planned.
Are you always striving for perfection? Here are some reasons to spend less time hiding your mis-steps and blemishes, and more time enjoying your life.
With rapid globalization and technological developments, the rate of change in our (increasingly longer) lives is rapidly accelerating. Learn how to become more agile at adapting.
Don't let your mind be hijacked. Develop your "attention muscle" to determine your point of focus and keep it there.
Your ideal life starts with an active imagination: adopt these invaluable habits to add ideas and inspiration to your mental diet so you can dream bigger.
Taking risks is about expanding your comfort zone and learning how to get comfortable feeling uncomfortable. Here are five tips to ease your way into taking the plunge.