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.
My Mood: Angry. Annoyed. Frustrated. I missed trapeze practice and I am PISSED OFF. And it’s ok.
Our quest for new achievement can cause us to take our gains for granted and miss the biggest achievement of all: showing up.
Why are we so quick to claim ownership of our feelings, challenges, and problems, and so hesitant to own our worth? We have it backward.
The classic productivity advice to “put in the big rocks first” when planning your life, or your day, overlooks a crucial element necessary for productivity.
Everyone is seeking the critical habits for success. But the most crucial habit for success is not a habit at all. It’s something else.
I used to believe that self-kindness was weak and berating myself was the key to improvement. I was wrong. Self-kindness is not selfish. It’s also a key to productivity. Who knew?