Location: Free parking is available in the lot behind the Center and on the surrounding neighborhood streets.
1110 Lovett Boulevard - Montrose
Houston, TX, 77006
Free parking is available in the lot behind the Center and on the surrounding neighborhood streets.
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Many people who use technology at work or for leisure know how we can easily be plugged in all the time. This constant connection can make it difficult to have a good balance between work time and personal time, so how do we set boundaries between our time on and our time off?
If we approach our life with wisdom, we will discover that we can find a reasonable balance and that we can enjoy work, life and everything in between. It doesn’t matter what kind of work we do or what kind of lifestyle we have, these teachings will fit right in with our daily life. Everyone is welcome.
September 10 – Creating good environments
If we take time to consider what environmental conditions are conducive to our well-being, we will be more productive and find it easier to establish routines and balance. Get some great advice on how to create an environment that is conducive to your well-being.
October 1 – Good Communication – being able to speak up
Many of our problems come from miscommunication, misunderstanding and attachment to our own ideas and views. By communicating well, we can resolve many problems and reduce the difficulties we experience with the people around us. Get Buddhist tips on how to communicate well.
November 5 – Expectations – how they can be helpful and how they can be harmful
The expectations we set for ourselves and others are useful for creating goals, but they have to be planned and communicated well. In this Friday night lecture, we will look at setting clear expectations for ourself and others.
December 3 – Setting boundaries – knowing your capacity
This class is the perfect finale just in time for the holidays. Being able to know our capacity, what we can and cannot do, when to say yes and when to say no, are all important skills. We should definitely train in them, and in this class, we will get some tips on how to do just that!
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