When we get hurt, the urge to lash out is instinctive. We immediately seek to blame someone or something external, or we turn on ourselves. This blocks our path to healing.
To avoid the pain of regret and disappointment, we often try to turn every failure and mistake into an “opportunity” or a “lesson.” But when we bypass the pain, we deny ourselves the true growth opportunity.
Some attacks create wounds beneath the surface; invisible but no less painful. Here’s how to heal them.
With every ending there is also a beginning. Destruction clears a path for creation and new things to emerge. And so it will be.
Deep Work is about more than just time to think or produce big content pieces. It goes to the essence of what we are bringing to the world.
We often speak of recovery when unexpected events throw our lives off-course. But what does it really mean to recover? And what if the point is not to recover?
The impulse to react in anger is strong. It fuels us to action and feels productive. But it’s ineffective. To speak in a way that others can hear you requires power fueled by something else.