Why do people share something? Here’s what I learned from my article that’s been viewed over 50,000 times and read over 10,000 times.
Sometimes I wonder why I write so much. And why I feel a compelling need to publish my writing. What’s pulling me to this?
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.
Progress in anything requires us to learn and master new skills. But developing new skills isn’t enough; we must also master the skill of linking skills.
Extraordinary Wisdom from a 7-Year-Old on Courage in the Creative Process We often think that we need to teach children about life. The truth is, children have a lot to teach us. Here is what I learned from my 7-year-old nephew about courage in the creative process.
I stopped checking Facebook for a year, without deleting the app. This is the biggest lesson I learned in my time off of the social network.