The Jewish New Year and nature provide us with a well-tested guide to how to grow something sustainable. The process is the opposite of what you’ve been trained to believe.
I’ve been publishing a daily blog for over five years, and have had a solid morning routine for over a decade. This is the biggest lie I’ve seen repeated about morning routines, productivity, and creativity.
If you could achieve all your goals but it came at the expense of what really matters most to you, would you consider yourself a success?
Entire industries encourage you to ask this question. Their business models depend on it. Yet continuing to ask it will impede your growth.
Pausing once a year to answer these 3 questions will put you on track to live a life of meaning and purpose, in alignment with your truth.
The defining feature of Rosh Hashana services is the sounding of the shofar. When the holiday falls on Saturday, we don’t sound it. Here’s why the silence speaks more loudly.