The storms of life come one after another. There is no After… There is only now. And when you give your life to the right things, they will give life back to you.
When it comes to procrastination, we tend to focus on what causes it and how to cure it. If we’re always looking for the cause and the cure, we miss the opportunity to receive the wisdom.
When we view procrastination as an invitation to self-investigation and come armed with self-compassion, we can turn procrastination into a potent productivity tool.
In honoring the cracks, the Japanese art of Kintsugi teaches us the art of embraceing your broken places. This is the epitome of self-love.
What if you could eliminate anxiety and depression without drugs or other lengthy processes? It‘s completely possible, and requires just one simple change.
Whether it’s a job, a career, a project, a relationship, a daily practice or ritual, or a goal, how do you know when it’s time to quit?
A behind-the-scenes look into why I quit a successful project just as it was starting to gain traction.