What can a story about cattle and grass teach about productivity? The story that blew my mind and 5 productivity lessons I’m taking away from it.
While you’re caught in your pursuit of happiness, you might be missing out on a feeling so much more profound that English doesn’t even have a word for it. Welcome to Yūgen.
The challenge that many people face in response to overwhelm is that they engage in an endless frenzy of “taking action” without actually moving forward. They are skipping the first step.
What would it feel like to live according to the rhythms of your unique nature, without regard to what the culture says you should say or do?
In the absence of reliable internet, I’m finding a different type of connection. It’s a connection to what matters most.
In this untouched and underdeveloped corner of the world, no ATM, intermittent power outages, and spotty cell service contribute to an advanced form of living.