Assumptions close us off to possibility. They limit our perspective. Block us from seeing truth. In others and in ourselves.
What We Risk When We Blame the “Hooky” Product There’s always a choice. Who is making it?
This has been a hard year for me in every area of my life. But through it all, I showed up.
We need to stop making “negative” emotions wrong, and instead learn how to embrace them to catalyze growth.
Every time I speak about my daily practices — what most people call habits — people ask me “How do you do it?” Here’s the truth about how.
I put aside self-doubt to publish a 4,000-word article, continuing my daily publishing streak. And then this happened. Not exactly what I was expecting.
Conflict and chaos invite us to examine and destroy the structures keeping us confined to old ways of thinking, being, and doing. We emerge victorious not through fighting, but through surrender.