One of the best exercises we can do when we feel stuck is to write our own eulogy. It might sound morbid, but writing your own eulogy helps you get perspective and see the arc of our lives from a different angle.
We cannot always see our growth in the emotional and spiritual realms. It cannot be measured by apps or spreadsheets. So how do we measure personal growth?
Deconstructing my perfectionism: the triggers, the beliefs, the conditioning, and all the elements that keep my locked in a hollow shell of a perfectionist pattern.
Conflict and chaos invite us to examine and destroy the structures keeping us confined to old ways of thinking, being, and doing. We emerge victorious not through fighting, but through surrender.
How You Turn Your Triumphs into Failures — and How to Stop To feel fulfilled, you must break the habit that transforms “more than enough” into “not enough.”
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.