Do you spend your days wishing your life was different? If you took one action toward your dreams today, and kept taking action every day after, imagine how different your life would in one month, in one year. Imagine how different YOU would be.
Now more than ever, we need to focus on what unifies us, not what divides us. Today’s quote is from the poem “Human Family” by the incomparable Maya Angelou. “We are more alike my friends, than we are unalike.”
Before he could revolutionize the automotive industry with mass-produced cars that every day people could afford, Henry Ford had to first battle Goliath-sized odds just to set his plan in motion.
“Failure taught me things about myself that I could have learned no other way.” J.K. Rowling, 2008 Harvard Commencement Address
Activating Your Emergency Motivation Plan: From Frozen to Productive in One Hour. Create a checklist of action items in advance to combat low energy, depressive mornings.
After years of letting depression rule my life, I’m now passionate about examining my thoughts to see how they can work for me, not against me.
Are you living the life you’re meant to, or are you letting fear and self-doubt moor you to a life of excruciating mediocrity? What if we instead ventured out of our safe harbor?
Did you know our thoughts and feelings create our reality? What do you think about your reality? If it’s not what you envisioned, that’s okay. There are tools to help you re-frame your thoughts to get the results you’re looking for.
How 5 Simple Habits at Home Can Help You Manage Stress & Overwhelm at Work I used to be one of those annoying people who always looked busy. Back in my days as a medical malpractice paralegal, my colleagues would stop by my office, catch me knee deep in medical records and say, “Wow, looks…
On starting, perfection and mastery “When we try something new and hard and we are necessarily inept, we tend to see it as a sign that we’re not competent rather than the first of many failures on the road to mastery.” ~ Tweet by Shane Parrish of the Farnam Street blog and The Knowledge Project…