To make time for what’s truly important, you don’t need as much time as you think. You need something else.
Striving. Driving. Pushing for progress. When you have a goal, you want to keep going until you get there. Even when we know it would be prudent to rest, actually resting is so hard. Why?
This is the time of year when we create our big plans for our lives and businesses, and we set out to follow the plan. But what happens when unexpected events derail your plan?
I traveled for 8 hours to be somewhere for 3 hours. It was my most productive day in weeks.
Our culture pushes us to push ourselves in the never-ending pursuit of more. But what if the secret to success and progress is to do less?
It’s been eleven months since I sustained the concussion that started my year. Eleven months since the emergency room doctor sent me home with a warning that I might have a “slight headache” the next day. A slight headache that turned into months of post-concussion syndrome. Whether they’ve been following the journey from the […]
The other day, going through some notes in some old apps that I no longer use, I found this: I am grateful that I can recognize more often that sometimes the best thing for me to do for my mind and body is to allow myself to do nothing, and allowing myself to be ok […]