Beating yourself up in difficult times does nothing to improve your current situation and only serves to inflict damage to your future. This is a better way to navigate.
For the past 20 years I’ve helped clients make their biggest decisions. This is the most common mistake people make.
When things aren’t going well we often look for the way out, when what we really need is a way in.
When I tell people that I don’t watch or read much news, they want to know how I stay informed. Here’s how.
Go into any conversation knowing these two things and you’ll be ahead of the game. Plus, advice-givers will be grateful to you.
Conflicting advice can lead to overwhelm, overthinking, and paralysis. In the end, there’s only one expert to listen to: yourself.
Feeling bad because you give too many f*cks what people think, when you know you shouldn’t? Here’s why you should cut yourself some slack.