The Everyday Woman’s Guide To Success Part Two: The Measurable Action Cycle

This is the second in a three-part series of articles on using personal action research to help you make changes in your lives so that you will be more successful. Action research? What is that? While it sounds technical it is a simple process made of three steps: discovery (which was covered in the first… Continue reading The Everyday Woman’s Guide To Success Part Two: The Measurable Action Cycle

Everyday Women Using Action Research: Part One

If I were to say to the average person on the street, or maybe my neighbor, “I really recommend that you use action research to help you with that problem” they would look at me as though I were crazed. First off, what is action research? It sounds very technical. And second, it’s outside of… Continue reading Everyday Women Using Action Research: Part One

Just Another New Idea? Using action research to incorporate change in your life with less stress – Part 1 – Discovery

I love new ideas! As a perpetual learner I am fascinated to first understand a new concept and then work out all the ways it can be put into action. Thus, years back when the concept of “paradigm shift” came into our vernacular I was smitten with the idea that what is seen as a… Continue reading Just Another New Idea? Using action research to incorporate change in your life with less stress – Part 1 – Discovery

Just Another New Idea? Using action research to incorporate change in your life with less stress – Part 2 – Action and Reflection

This article is the second of two articles giving quick hints, using the process of action research to help you design the successful integration of “new paradigms” of thought into what you consider normal. The goal is to help you see change less as trauma and more as an adventure. Action research can help you… Continue reading Just Another New Idea? Using action research to incorporate change in your life with less stress – Part 2 – Action and Reflection