We often get so preoccupied with yesterday and distracted about tomorrow that the beauty and bestowments of the present slip right out of our hands.
How does the awareness that people are generally aggressive to guard themselves pertain to less unsympathetic individuals, including me?
As leaders, teachers, parents, coaches, positive difference-makers and agents of change, we pour into others every day. But we need to make sure we’re also committing that same level of time, energy, support and nurturing care into ourselves.
Understand failure brings us closer to progress as long as we remain open to learning. We fail when we do not rise again after falling.
These difficult times provide meaningful growth opportunities. Experiences like these, in the end, can strengthen who we are and what we stand for. Understand when we become paralyzed by fear, it oozes into all aspects of our life.
This week I will: Get creative Prioritize getting plenty of sleep Organize and clean up my email inbox Take a photo of something that inspires gratitude in me Give myself at least […]
While sitting on my buddies doorstep I’ve come to realize our days / my days have become a battle between darkness and the search for light. In life, when we walk into […]
Welcome to 2020! As we start the New Year, we all start a new beginning. But how do we start something new, when the past still resides in our hearts, minds, and […]
Roman philosopher Seneca wrote, “The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today…The whole future lies in uncertainty: live immediately.” (Yes I’m a Stoic and someone who […]