The resources we most need to navigate tough times are not physical, but spiritual. In perfect timing, we receive a day to reap that harvest and boost our inner strength.
We often allow ourselves to believe that the source of our confidence or motivation is external. The truth is that whatever we seek already exists within us.
Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, teaches us how to leap even if we don’t see the net.
Swimming is one of the most effective workouts we can do, not just for our physical body but for our mind and spirit as well.
Opportunities are not created equal. Before you accept requests for your time, you must consider all the costs associated with that commitment. Here are 5 things I consider.
Just because you can do something once in a while doesn’t mean you can, or should, expect to do it all the time. Productivity is personal, and you must understand your rhythms and what is sustainable for you.