Striving. Driving. Pushing for progress. When you have a goal, you want to keep going until you get there. Even when we know it would be prudent to rest, actually resting is so hard. Why?
The common saying “I’ll believe it when I see it” sends us on an unnecessary search for proof. To see it, you must believe it.
As we welcome the new moon and new lunar year, and celebrate the partial new moon solar eclipse, it is time to publicly claim my theme for this year.
Remembering this one fact about the heart reframed my entire approach to service and self-care.
Most productivity experts begin their advice under the assumption that we seek “more time.” But more time is not really what we seek.
Setting clear goals and measuring your progress will lead you somewhere. The question is whether it will take you to where you want to go. Without this crucial element, your SMART goals are dumb.
Learning to climb a rope is reinforcing a lesson I’ve been teaching myself for years: the power of building slowly on a solid foundation.