Often the things that we think are our biggest disruptions are the gifts we need to help us right a wayward ship.
If you’re feeling stuck, first determine what’s in your way.
The irony of drive is that when we are so fixated on getting to where we are going, we never truly arrive.
The gap between where we are and where we want to be we creates our anxiety and suffering and deprives us of life in the present moment.
How would your desires and goals change if nothing was deficient or broken, if you believed you were already whole?
The pressure to plan can be intense, especially at this time of year. How to plan when you can’t see what’s coming.
Shifting the view of focus from something we need to “get” to something we already have puts us back in the drivers seat when it comes to navigating our work.