The idea that we can grow and be better than we are is an empowering gift, but if not handled well it can veer into toxic productivity. Read this if you’re falling short of your ideals.
Foolproof recipes aren’t always foolproof. The lesson I learned from baking my Bubby’s cherished Passover sponge cake is one that I’m also learning in my creative work, coaching programs, training regimen, and life in general.
Grace fills empty spaces, but it can only enter where there is a void to receive it.
What if you don’t need to invest as much effort as you think you do? What if your consistent investment of effort actually *undermines* your results?
[spacer size=”30″] After 150 consecutive days of meditation, I’ve learned several lessons. First up: meditation is not a habit. Shocking.
[spacer size=”30″] Everyone says to know your “why.” When it comes to your fears, the “why” is irrelevant. I’ll explain.