Over the past decade of attenting personal development seminars, I’ve learned that “the reason you think you’re here is not the reason you’re here.” We often go into something with one intention, but we get something very different out of it.
When it comes to living a life of fulfillment, one element is paramount. We have it early on, and we often allow it to be taken. Are you willing to fight to recover it?
The story of the moon is the story of human life. It is at the moments when we are most in our darkness that we are closest to our source of light.
When you try to override stuck and force something into alignment, you risk greater damage to the entire structure and its contents.
You know the value of getting an outside perspective. But there’s a downside too. And if you don’t manage the risk, it can cost you time, money, momentum and confidence.
Learning to climb a rope is reinforcing a lesson I’ve been teaching myself for years: the power of building slowly on a solid foundation.