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.
Stop saying “I’m sorry” when you have nothing to apologize for. And when you do have something to be sorry for, apologize like you mean it.
This year, the fall equinox and the Jewish New Year are perfectly aligned. To honor this season new beginnings, here are 5 lessons on how to navigate change and uncertainty.
I stopped checking Facebook for a year, without deleting the app. This is the biggest lesson I learned in my time off of the social network.
Burnout is the topic of the moment, and yet also misunderstood. Here’s what everyone gets wrong about burnout.
It was raining hard when I woke up at 6 am on Saturday. It was the kind of rain where you think it’s going to rain forever. Rain Interferes with my Plans Saturday morning is when I have trampoline practice. We recently moved back outside for the summer, and outdoor trampoline practice doesn’t happen […]