It manifests in my life as overwhelm + mental blocks + self-doubt. And it equals this:
Mentally, that’s where I’m at as I type. Tuesday, 7:40 pm. Less than 24 hours before I’ll publish this blog.
Waiting until now to start writing makes me nervous, but lately I’ve been struggling to balance life. And it’s my work that I’ve neglected.
See, a big shift’s on its way . . . Read more
Between work and home, we all play numerous roles. So what happens when one of those roles feels unimportant? If it’s not one we auditioned for, how do we own it?
This 3-minute video will guide you toward a perspective shift, including three steps for giving your best performance in whatever role you play. And it starts with another kitchen-sink inspiration . . . Read more
We’ve been looking way up for ages: the ancient Greeks with constellations, the wise men with the Star of Bethlehem, and sailors with their “red sky at night” adage.
So what have we been looking for all this time?
Maybe these signs have given an understanding of the world or a direction to follow or even a clue to the weather. But, lacking words, it’s been our responsibility to assign meaning.
Which brings me to a sign that’s been puzzling me the past few weeks . . . Read more
I choose peace.
It’s my final blog of 2019, and I’ve saved an unlikely story of hope to leave you with. May you carry the spirit of its message into 2020 . . . Read more
Inspired by the upcoming holidays, I’ve turned a 2018 blog into a 3.5-minute video that’ll help you keep your sanity. It’s all about following these two directions: Read more
One of the many “balancing acts” along the trail.
Are either of these the anthem of your current life? I mean, it is December, so I’ll assume we’re all struggling at least a little with balance right now.
But what advice would Nature give on this topic? Well, I had lots of time to contemplate this about a week and a half ago on an extended-weekend trip to Sedona, Arizona.
Because when you’re in Sedona, you can’t escape Nature. It rises around you, forming the most spectacular red-hued backdrop.
It’s all you can see and all you want to see. Yet there’s something deeper going on than just superficial beauty. Read more
We can’t all be on-stage performers, amazing thousands, but each of us can use our lives to create magical performances. It’s a simple combination of helping others by doing something that we love and are good at.
Sounds simple in theory, but how do we even go about finding this “mysterious something?”
This 3-minute video will get you started, and it begins with a special birthday gift I finally got to enjoy . . . Read more
A long line and small talk with a stranger—what could pair better? In fact, it was those two things that led me to a delightful conversation with, potentially, the real Mrs. Claus. Read more
Gratitude feels great! But what’s really going on in our bodies when we’re feeling thankful?
Find out in this 3-minute video, where you’ll also learn how to shift from an anxious to a grateful state of mind. Read more
When humans look at the night sky, we feel wonder. A collective curiosity to better understand what’s out there. So, with telescopes, we try to pull the stars and planets to us.
It makes sense, right? The closer we get to something, the more we can learn about it and appreciate it.
So why does life seem to work in the opposite way? Why is it that the more we zoom in on life, the more easily we can let it pass unappreciated? Read more