But it’s a hard emotion to combat. It’s natural, often almost instinctual. So here is a practical tip I’ve learned to manage my anger, and a piece of advice.
On a larger level, living well is as a kind of civic duty we should each own. All of us are from different regions. But share a common goal. If you step backward you can observe how we, ourselves, are
This drive is what allows us to accomplish things. So it’s not all bad. The problem is
Mentally it should give you that empowered, grateful, selfless, bonus-round attitude best captured by Martin Luther King Jr., who said these words, just hours before he would suddenly and fatally meet an assassin’s bullet:
But lets clarify. Not nothing, less. Do only what’s essential. Which brings a new satisfaction, to do less, better.
I’m beyond grateful that our tour across the USA is starting in Washington state and as we push forward cycling into Oregon the reality of the alluring nature, charming kindness, and
Look at the good in everything. You’ve lost your job, it can be the beginning of something great, stay positive. You can’t pay the bills, stay positive something will come.
For the longest time, I felt like such an imposter in the business world. I’m really goofy. I take things personally. And, I’m always looking on the bright side. More than a […]
Help Ginger and Brian by following our new YouTube channel! On March 31st we set back out to cycle 10,500km throughout the USA. Our goal this year is to raise $150,000 for […]